Homonid Artefacts

Homonids refers to a group of various species of great apes, including humans. Through the history of homonid evolution, it has been noted that many of the species, due to their larger brains, apposable thumbs and upright posture bagan to incorporate the usage of basic tools in their lives. As time went on, the use of branches and twigs to open up insect nests etc evolved into the use of stone age weapons, from fishing weights, to axe heads, blade and arrows. In this section, a small selection of artefacts used by homonids.

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  1. Neolithic Fishing Weights
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    Species Name: Neolithic Fishing Weights Family: Homonid Artifact Age: Neolithic Location: Bardouville, Normandy, France Learn More

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