Early humans called Hominids or Australopithicus.
sumerians lived in "mesopatamia" or "the land between the rivers" these rivers are the Tigris and Euphrates. which is where the early hominids (early humans) first started.
Hominids are also known as humans. The first hominids lived around 4 or 5 million years ago and have not become extinct.
The early bacterias. Hominids
Early humans were nomadic because they were constantly in need of food and water. This changed with the development of agriculture.
Africa. Africa is the base answer according to modern science DNA evidence. However, new archeological based theories support the first humans as we know today were not to only from Africa. Rather, humanity evolved from several lines of hominids with the basis of early humans in Africa.
As the hominids grew there has been development between them at first they started looking like apes/humans but as they grew they started looking more human like and developing larger brains to make tools.
The hominids first appeared about 2.3 to 2.4 million years ago in Africa.
Homo sapiens are the first hominids thought to have an advanced language.
There were early hominids that arrived in Iraq around 100,000 years ago. The first towns and cities in Iraq were the forerunners of Sumer.
To tell you the truth the first species of early humans to travel outside Africa are the Homo Erecuts.
They first migrated from africa to the middle east then to the indian content which is in asia so yeah
Early humans would have first gone to Europe. Australia is a island and early humans would have probably walked to europe far before they rode the ocean to Australia.
In the development of humans, the default is female. That is the reason that all humans have nipples.
The ancestors of modern humans are land mammal, primates or chimpanzees. These primates first appeared 30 million years ago, these are also known as hominids.
They Communicate by sound