Human Evolution: How Humans Have Evolved

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Human species or in scientific terms know as, Homo Sapiens has evolved drastically in the last couple of billion years. Human evolution all started from our great ancestors, the chimpanzees. Human evolution started all in the continent of Africa. Due to global changes, evolution changed over time. Thus leading to the evolution of mankind. But man didn't just evolve from chimpanzees. There were a lot of scientific processes and different events that led up to final evolution of mankind. But what does it mean humans evolved from chimpanzees? Why is the human evolution such a small speck in the evolution graph of the evolution of the whole earth? These questions that have been asked frequently by curious people has led scientists to dig…show more content…
This slight change in chimps was discovered during current time by scientists around the world. This provided a proof that humans evolved from chimpanzees. While these small changes were occurring, chimpanzees were also slightly changing in looks and body stature. Chimpanzees slightly were then described from being called chimpanzees to "ape man" by scientists. All of these finding were discovered using fossils that scientists found in certain deserts and mountains in mainly Africa and also other parts of the world. But something happened to the between the evolution of chimpanzees and humans. This event changed the face of not only earth but also set a new beginning of the evolution of humans. The Ice Age. This event shaped a new beginning for mankind to start evolving. The Ice Age wiped off every living being including the chimpanzees. This set an environment for the new species to start evolving. Thus came the Neanderthals. When the Neanderthals came, more of human evolution was figured out by finding fossils of them. Scientists have discovered that Neanderthals used more of their hands than chimpanzees. To this day scientist have found older and older fossils of human origin. Neanderthals used their hands to make the first tools in history made by mankind. Neanderthals evolved into humans who were able to adapt to the cold brittle weather that was cast upon earth during that time. When the fossils of Neanderthals
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