Homo sapiens fossilis (cro-magnon man), Biology

Homo sapiens fossilis (CRO-MAGNON MAN) -

  1. Fossils found from Cro-Magnon, France by Mac Gregor (1868)
  2. Replaced Neanderthal man about 35.000 years ago
  3. Sharp nose and chin, forehead broad, cranial capacity about 1600 C.c, face orthognathus with elevated narrow nose.
  4. It is believed that Cro-Magnon man is direct descendent of Neanderthal man
  5. They were cave dweller, hunter with domesticated dogs, did some excellent cave paintings, used ivory
  6. Ornaments and animals skin garments. They were omnivores.
  7. Lack of eyebrow ridges. Height - 180 cm.
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