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Homework answers / question archive / This week in class we will watch the part of the video BBC Origins of Us - Brains that is about Neandertals In this YouTube video link it is from about 33 minutes to the end: BBC Origins of Us - Brains (Links to an external site

This week in class we will watch the part of the video BBC Origins of Us - Brains that is about Neandertals In this YouTube video link it is from about 33 minutes to the end: BBC Origins of Us - Brains (Links to an external site

Sociology

This week in class we will watch the part of the video BBC Origins of Us - Brains that is about Neandertals

In this YouTube video link it is from about 33 minutes to the end:

BBC Origins of Us - Brains (Links to an external site.)

This alternative Neanderthal video is longer, but it quite good and covers a lot of information about this species that is interesting if you have the time:

LAB QUESTIONS

Lab Manual

(L16 p.476-7) Exercise # (parts 1 & 2 - two traits each)

skulls: using the info L16 p.459 – 461, from the class slides, and skull links below *
– describe ~3 cranial differences between Homo heidelbergensis & Neandertals

(L16 p.481) Critical Thinking Questions Chart: Homo heidelbergensis & neanderthalensis

Video, Slides, & Discussion

1. Use the 9 steps of natural selection to explain how Homo heidelbergensis evolved into Neandertals.

2. How do you think Neandertals & Homo sapiens interacted? What evidence is there of these interactions?

3. What do you think is the best explanation for why Neandertals became extinct?

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