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“As I have posted before from the days of H. habilis (and some would argue afarensis) 'wanderlust' is built into our genes and thus we have spread not only into every habitable niche but the uninhabitable ones too.”
“I'll do a walkthough but it will make reference to lynxlet [habilis. net] as that is far easier installing for people who don't use admin accounts all the time”
“This is what we (H. habilis et seq) do best: problem solving in extreme environments and we have been doing it ever since we walked out of Africa!”
“Our ancestor species, perhaps H. erectus (or maybe another), was tribally competitive, as was H. habilis before him, as was every species of Australopithecus even earlier.”
“Some of us are about to go the way of other less adaptable branches of our family, such as Homo habilis, Homo erectus or Homo neanderthalensis.”
“The discovery suggests meat was on the menu far back in our evolutionary history, and long before the arrival of the first human species, Homo habilis, 2. 3m years ago.”
“Homo habilis appeared about two-and-a-half million years ago, and is thought to be the first human.”
“JOYCE: Those early humans were probably Homo habilis, which means handy man.”
“These sizes range from the lower end of Homo erectus downwards into the Homo habilis range.”
“The fossils contain a mixture of anatomical features from erectus and habilis.”
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ability; equipped; clothing
English and Latin adjectives meaning swift, quick, rapid or speedy
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