What is the difference between Homo sapien and Homo sapien sapien?
Homo Sapien sapien is said to be the currently top version of humans and it is the modern man we see today. It is said that H. Sapiens have become extinct around 50000 years ago to be replaced by the people we see today. Literally, we are the "wise, wise humans".
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It depends on whether you think Neandertals and modern humans were members of the same species, in which case it would be: Homo sapiens sapiens and Homo sapiens neanderthal…ensis (i.e., they were simply different SUB species) OR whether you think they were two separate species: Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis . Homo = our genus name 'sapiens' = is our species name. Note that you ALWAYS write the genus name with the species name because two species might have the same species name. For example, Pan paniscus and Ateles paniscus .
The order of primates includes homo sapiens along with chimpanzees, monkeys, marmosets, etc.
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Homo sapiens are modern Humans. There is virtually no species on Earth that Humans have not hunted.
Cro-Magnon is an informal word once used to refer to people who lived alongside Neanderthals toward the end of the last ice age (around 35,000-10,000 years ago). The name ca…me about because in 1868 parts of five skeletons were found in a cave by that name located in the Dordogne Valley of France. Recently it has been considered that the physical dimensions of 'Cro-Magnon' are not sufficiently different enough from modern humans to warrant a separate designation. Essentially, we're a bunch of Cro-Magnons. The differences between these early modern humans and us are slight and may be attributed to a different life style (hunting and gathering verses TV watching and video game playing). Some, though, insist there is a physical difference that indicates the Cro-Magnons are a really different people from us. There is not enough bones to look at. There is not, at present (and maybe never) enough of a sample size to settle the argument.
There was no difference, they were both Humans(Homo Sapians)
Homo erectus lived 1.8 million years ago and hunted for food with hand axe. They also protected themselves with fire. While, Homo sapien sapiens discovered technology. They ar…e also still alive.
hominids could not stand straight and their fingers were notflexible whereas the homosapiens could stand straight their fingerswere also flexible the difference was seen when …they were in thehomoerectus s big diference was observed that as they startedstanding straight the jaw case became smaller and their brain casebecame larger.
Translated literally from the latin it meant "man wise wise" or wise wise man and it means man who knows - and knows that he knows - ie he has a sense of his own being. It is …what truly distinguishes us from other sentient beings.
spread throughout the world into every environment no matter how friendly or unfriendly it was. no other animal can do that.
I believe that you're talking about the early humans... because we're Homo sapiens. I don't think they did, but they may have had some sort of body language or starting to mak…e formations of the mouth then. I don't think actual language was created until after fire was discovered because of the mouth and brain formations along with when it all occured which wasn't long after the early humans came to be... In a scientific view. However in a religious view, the first humans (Adam and Eve) did have a language because they could speak to God in a verbal form.
In Zoology or Animal Biology
Homo sapiens ARE animals, actually.
They didn't. We, modern humans, are homo sapiens sapiens.
There ability is to make thin blades of antler and stone.
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In Human Origins
Modern man (homo sapiens) and neanderthal man (homo neanderthalensis) are closely related. They both belong to the genus homo, and the time periods in which the two species li…ved overlap. Neanderthals lived between 500,000 (ish) and 30,000 years ago, and modern humans first showed up around 200,000 years ago (modern in appearance, though not necessarily in behavior). DNA evidence even supports the idea that members of the two species inter-bred successfully! There are, however, differences: neanderthal humans had a more pronounced nose, and a slightly larger cranium (brain compartment) than modern humans. Both species made and used tools, however neanderthal tools were much more primitive. It is suggested that neanderthals were better adapted for a colder climate, which may have led to the eventual supremacy of modern humans as the planet warmed.