Early humans, or Homo sapiens, are anatomically the same species as modern humans. They came into existence around 200,000 years ago in Africa. Early humans originated from the coastal areas of central East Africa.
In general, early man wore clothing made from animal hides or crude prehistoric textiles. The type of clothing is dependent upon the era in which early man lived.
Gender is determined by the presence or absence of the Y chromosome. The Y chromosome carries the genes that are needed to override the body's biological default, which is female development, resulting in the development of the male reproductive system.
The earliest humans ate a diet similar to that of apes and chimpanzees, consisting mostly of fruit and leaves with occasional insects and meat. As humans developed tool use, meat became a much larger portion of the human diet. Eventually, the development of agriculture ...
"The Early Show" is a morning television show that aired on CBS from 1999 to 2012. It was the network's ninth attempt at a news-talk morning program since 1954.
Some of the causes of early periods include hormone imbalances, stress and diet. Birth control can also cause early or irregular periods.
The earliest hunters used simple wooden sticks sharpened into spears, and they then began using stone tips sometime between 500,000 and 300,000 years ago. Primitive stone tools were used to butcher animals approximately 2.6 million years ago, but most scientists believe...