The presence of a large number of finds arkhantropov

The presence of a large number of finds arkhantropovThe presence of a large number of arkhantropes' finds in antiquity of 1.5–0.1 million years in regions distant from Africa — Southeast Asia, Central Europe, and even the British Isles — testifies to their active adaptation to various conditions of existence.  Due to the fact that the small difference in straightened human fossils does not correspond to the significant diversity of the climatic conditions of these territories, it can be concluded that along with the factors of biological evolution, social factors also played a significant role in these adaptations: co-production of shelters and tools labor and use of fire.

This type of adaptation proved to be very effective and helped the mind survive. Noah in a changing climate. The fact is that during the last 2 million years a more moderate climate has formed on Earth, which is a characteristic part of the modern biome. At the same time, the cooling reached its apogee during the ice age, when the ice shell spread over vast territories and covered most of the continental massifs of the Northern Hemisphere. At this time, the temperature dropped significantly, the world ocean level fell, as a result of which many regions found themselves connected by continental bridges, and many parts of the tropics became drier than today. Mainland bridges provided the possibility of human migration to various parts of the world and expanding the range of its existence. The periods of the onset of the glacier alternated with warmer periods, similar to the one in which we now live. During the Pleistocene, there were about 20 such glacial-interglacial cycles, probably associated with a change in the Earth's orbit with respect to the Sun.

Given this information, It isRЕсYour somewhat does not fit into the traditional understanding of the evolution of a species due to the gradual accumulation of new useful traits in the population: this species was surprisingly stable over time. In the period from 1.6 to about 0.4–0.2 million years ago Noo erestus represented the only kind of genus Noah and relatively little changed over this period of time, despite the large extent of its range. However, approximately 400 thousand years ago, this morphological stagnation stopped and the transition to rational man began. (No Sapiens).