We know that early hominins did become and adapt to bipedalism over time for specific reasons that allowed them to thrive but there are also disadvantages that they had to overcome. These disadvantages are important as they showcase what early hominins gave up when becoming bipedal. One of the major downfalls of bipedal locomotion has to do with speed as it is generally slower than quadrupedal movement (Niemitz, 2010). Niemitz (2010) states that with a lower movement velocity comes increased danger from predators. Not being able to move fast is also a disadvantage when it comes to gathering food as the distance that can be travelled in the same amount of time is lessened.
Scientists published the research of understanding the humans origins and got attention from all different countries, by giving them advice about early human ancestor can possibly live with a various of woodland community habitually eats included the food which is hard to chew like leaves and trees. In the other investigation from another scientist said Australopithecus sediba didn’t have a good structure for the mouth to eat in order to have a unfaltering diet of eating hard sustenance. However, a new research doesn't straightforwardly locate if Australopithecus sediba really has a close relative of early Homo for evolution, anyway it still does furnish better proof that the dietary progressions has formed those important and essential evolutionary for the humans nowadays. Researchers think that their investigation gives a truly corroboration of the contrast between rebuilding the animals who almost extincted and knowing those modification. The analysis of A. Sediba’s teeth gave scientist a big surprise to know two groups of different type must had been eaten hard substance like tree and leave before they disappear in this world.
For our survival, we would do anything, even if it means transforming our way of life. The exploitation of new movement has been possible due to emergence of new tools. (Steele, 2011) As studied in Evolutionary Anthropology class, the ability for primates to walk bipedally isn’t a coincidence. It is proof of the adaptations we had to encounter as we fought to survive many obstacles over the years. Survival adaptions were produced by larger and faster predators and the necessity to learn to survive on the ground, rather than staying high up in the trees away from dangerous enemies.
Another advantage that bipedalism could have inferred on our ancestors is the freeing up of hands. This could have given our ancestors the ability to carry their young. It also could have made the carrying of food and tools an easier task (Niemitz 2002). Having an upright posture could have also aided our human ancestors to become better fighters. It can be noted that many quadrupedal animals actually stand on their hind limbs in a bipedal fashion when fighting.
al., 1988; Binford, 1978). For example Binford (1978) made comprehensive observations of butchery activities by the Nunamiut Eskimos and then studied the bones for resulting butchery damage. Results from Binford’s (1978) study provided information for an account of butchery activities and their associated cut marks. Such marks may be used as models of early hominids butchering patterns and hence, provide evidence for meat eating by early hominids (Binford, 1978; Binford, 1981; Nilssen, 2000). Therefore, in studying the aspect of meat eating and attempts to reconstruct subsistence behaviors of early hominids at Makuyuni site 4, this study tried to incorporate principles of uniformitarianism, actualism, ethnographic observation, analogy and Middle Range
Perhaps 20 or more hominids (not all of them our ancestors) fill the gap between Lucy the australopithecus and modern humans. They may also argue that evolutionists are not able to determine missing ties between reptiles and birds. When in actuality paleontologists know of many detailed examples of fossils intermediate in form between various taxonomic groups. In conclusion, there are numerous facts and evidence that prove the existence of evolution therefore proving my aforementioned statement. Yes, there is no way to prove that creationism therefore not making valid or invalid but on the other hand there is concrete evidence that prove the existence of evolution.
One of the factors that on the feedback loop is bipedalism. It was proceeded as primate adaptive strategy, evolved in hominin adaptive strategy, and optimized in human adaptive strategy. We might be able to have questions such as did hominins walk bipedally? or are they bipedalism primates? If so, what kinds of hominins have bipedalism?
The flow of the very team-effort came to influence generations after generations human minds to learn to cope with different stages of civilizations. In such race competition of different civilizations of the same era to achieve their own goal,some had been ahead of some other civilizations whereas some had been less advanced or lagged behind so much so that they had been regarded to be the primitive.In that race did participate different civilizations ages after ages, but have all civilizations ever been able to forward their respective advancement at a same pace?Of course not! Comparing these European nations like English, French, German with the abroginies of America, Australia or Africa,lots of indiscriminations would be caught sight of! This is really an unequal example.Not all human beings advanced equally as American Scientist Henry Lewis Morgan mentions in his book ‘Ancient Society’—‘As it is undeniable that portions of the human family have existed in a state of savagery, other portions in a state of barbarism, and still other portions in a state of civilization, it seems equally so that these three distinct conditions are connected with each other in a natural as well as necessary sequence of