Wikipedia on Homo Erectus: "[...] the earliest first fossil evidence dating to around 1.8 million years ago and the most recent to around 300,000 years ago."
Therefore it is reasonably safe to assume that they didn't survive quite much longer than 300,000 years ago, until new and younger fossils of Homo Erectus are found.
The homo erectus is extinct.
Homo erectus became extinct because they lacked physical and mental strength needed to evolve and had to evolve into a more sophisticated breed of humans.
Homo Erectus is an extinct species that lived 1.3 to 1.8 million years ago
Homo Habili and Homo erectus
Homo erectus (meaning "upright man") is an extinct species of hominid that lived throughout most of the Pleistocene geological epoch. Its earliest fossil evidence dates to 1.9 million years ago and the most recent to 70,000 years ago.
Homo-erectus was created in 1892.
Homo Habilis came first then Homo Erectus.:)
Homo Erectus was an early ancestor of us: Homo Sapiens.
Homo erectus and Homo neanderthalis are different species within the genus Homo.
Homo erectus was found in Africa
This is an extinct species of the human being which died out thousands of years ago.
the homo erectus lived in Asia, Africa, and Europe
The Homo Erectus had long hair and no clothing
no homo erectus did eat meat but were not cannibals
Homo erectus people invented fire.
Homo erectus tautavelensis was created in 1971.
homo habiles first then homo erectus then homo sapien neanderthalensis then the homo sapien sapiens
No, they are not. Neanderthals were the direct descendants of a species related to homo erectus, called homo heidelbergensis.
Homo erectus lived for 1.35 million years
Our evolutionary predecessor Homo Erectus sleeped in a hut and caves.
The species Homo erectus predates the invention of clothing. They had fur.
There is no evidence that Homo Erectus lived in caves.
the homo erectus lived in what is now Africa
Yes the Homo Erectus did have leisure, They had game hunting to practice!
The duration of Homo Erectus - film - is 1.58 hours.