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First Humans—Toolmakers and Hunter-Gatherers

Lecture no. 21 from the course: Major Transitions in Evolution

First Humans—Toolmakers and Hunter-Gatherers

Taught by Professor Anthony Martin and 1 others | 32 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

The first stone tools, 2.6 million years old, mark a change to a human-like social and cognitive system. Probe the nature of such early implements, and the hunting and gathering culture they represent—a way of life that placed many demands on human brains.

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