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Homo habilis in action

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Homo habilis in action

An illustration by Angus McBride showing Homo habilis using tools to kill an Antelope. Homo habilis lived in East Africa between 1.6 and 2 million years ago

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© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Action Angus Antelope Anthropological Anthropology Art And Illustration Artiodactyl Artiodactyla Behaviour Bipedal Bovid Bovidae Epitheria Eutheria Even Toed Ungulate Hominini Homo Homo Habilis Killing Mammalia Mcbride Other Placental Mammal


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