Early modern man teaching his sons to make tools

Early modern man teaching his sons to make tools

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Credit: CHRISTIAN JEGOU PUBLIPHOTO DIFFUSION/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Homo sapiens sapiens. Artwork of an early modern human Homo sapiens sapiens teaching his two sons how to make stone tools. In the background, at far left, men are using spears to catch fish. Homo sapiens sapiens first appeared around 90, 000 years ago towards the end of the Paleolithic era (750, 000-15, 000 years ago). Early Homo sapiens sapiens made many specialized tools, spears and needles. By about 10, 000 years ago agricultural villages started to develop. This marked the start of the Neolithic period or new stone age.

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