Homo sapiens sapiens (modern man), Biology

Homo sapiens sapiens (MODERN MAN) -

  • Developed from Cro-Magnon about 10,000 years ago after last glacial period in the regions of Caspian and Mediterranean seas.
  • Cranial capacity 1450 cc
  • Cultivated plants and domesticated animals Communication through writing.
  • Thinning of skull bones, four flexor in vertebral column.
  • Man has undergone cultural evolution.
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