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Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

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Order of Events (Human Evolution)

1. Watch this movie = https://www.brainpop.com/science/paleontologyandanthropology/humanevolution/ 2. Complete this worksheet with DRAWING & LABELING tool 3. Explain your answers Humans and apes belong to an order of mammals called primates. They share a common ancestor from millions of years ago. The fossil evidence is incomplete—scientists don’t know exactly where the common ancestor fits in. Through the process of evolution, humans, and apes split off into separate species from that ancestor. Evolution is the process by which life forms change over a number of generations. The theory of evolution, but in science, a theory is far more than just a guess; it’s an idea that’s been repeatedly confirmed by experimentation and hard evidence. Based on evidence from the fossil record, they think that the first hominins split off from early apes between six and eight million years ago."

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, History, Science
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