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   Undertoad  Sunday Mar 10 09:37 AM

3/10: Homo Erectus reconstruction

Chilling, innit? Somebody made a decision to have him looking at you...

I have absolutely no information about this image. I saved it about two years ago when a web log (early in the web log phenomenon) pointed directly to it.

juju2112  Sunday Mar 10 11:35 AM

Homo erectus was actually really smart. It was the first hominid species known to actually use fire and hunt other animals.
H. Erecus was the first hominid to leave Africa -- possibly in search of new hunting grounds, as carnivores are wont to do. They were also supposedly hella tall, too. I believe my Human Evolution professor said they were something like 7 feet tall (memory fuzzy..but I think that's right). In contrast, Lucy's species was only 4 feet tall.

juju2112  Sunday Mar 10 11:44 AM

Undertoad  Monday Mar 11 12:10 AM

Now that I look at that shot again, that dude is really punk rock. I'd say he has a nice pair of stones, but they're shaded out so ya can't see em.

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