Evolutionary changes in humans, Biology

Evolutionary changes that occurred in humans are -

  • Development of prominent chin. Increase in cranial capacity. Reduction of brow-ridges.
  • Development of speech. Development of community life. Reduction in the size of teeth.
  • Reduction of muscles. Gradual development of thumb opposability. Development of shorter fore limbs.
  • Liberation of hands for locomotory function. Slow assumption of erect posture.
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