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Quispiam Habilis is an art and design craft studio based in Korea. Its attention to detail and love of craftsmanship is what make its quirky and imaginative creations so beloved. For this project, the studio artists created a ceramic turntable that could beam music into outer space in hopes of communicating with alien life. Subscribe now at: 🤍 Connect with Vans: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 About Vans: Vans®, a VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC) brand, is the original action sports footwear, apparel, and accessories brand. Vans® authentic collections are sold in 97 countries through a network of subsidiaries, distributors, and international offices. Vans® has over 2,000 retail locations globally including owned, concession and partnership doors. The Vans® brand promotes creative self-expression in youth culture across action sports, art, music, and street culture and delivers progressive platforms such as Vans Checkerboard Day, Vans Park Series, Vans Triple Crown of Surfing®, Vans Custom Culture, and Vans’ cultural hub and international music venue, House of Vans. 🤍
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Hi, welcome to Enchiridion. I am honored to share with you these facts on Homo habilis as a detailed episode of the series Primeval Human. Homo habilis, meaning “handy man”, was an ancient human from the Gelasian of the Early Pleistocene of East and South Africa about 2.3 to 1.65 million years ago. Similar to contemporary Homo, Homo habilis brain size generally varied from 31 to 55 cubic inches, or 500 to 900 cubic centimeters. The body proportions of Homo habilis are only known from two highly fragmentary skeletons including OH 62, and to fill these gaps, paleoanthropologists have estimated sizes based on the anatomy of the earlier australopithecines. The presumed female specimen OH 62 is typically estimated as having been 3 feet 3 inches to 3 feet 11 inches, or 100 to 120 centimeters in height and 44 to 82 pounds, or 20 to 37 kilograms in weight assuming australopithecine-like proportions, yet assuming human-like proportions she would have been about 4 feet 10 inches, or 148 centimeters and 77 pounds, or 35 kilograms. As postulated for australopithecines, Homo habilis may have been at least partially arboreal. Early hominins are typically reconstructed as possessing thick hair and marked sexual dimorphism with males much larger than females, though this has led to debate amongst paleoanthropologists. Despite the fact that it was a close human ancestor, it still retained ape and australopithecine-like traits, including a moderately prognathic face, long arms, and an ape-like body similar to that of the australopithecine while also using trees for retreat and protection. Braincase impressions, taken from inside the skull, suggest that Homo habilis showed development in areas of the brain pertaining to language, indicating a language or proto-language. Homo habilis lived alongside many terrifying predators like crocodiles, big cats, and hyenas, with their prowess in tools proving to be a great evolutionary advantage. Traditionally considered the first toolmakers, Homo habilis created the Oldowan stone tool industry, mainly to butcher animals. These tools were a major development in terms of technology, and gave Homo habilis more options and versatility in discovering food choices. Early Homo are generally thought to have eaten a lot of meat and, in the case of Homo habilis, scavenged meat. Meat-eating gave rise to a smaller gut and also provided the nutrition that gave them a larger brain of 37 to 49 cubic inches, or 600 to 800 cubic centimeters. Early hominins are typically interpreted as having lived in polygynous societies, or part of societies in which male individuals had more than one female mate at a time, though this is highly speculative. Assuming Homo habilis society was similar to that of modern savanna chimps and baboons, groups may have included 70 to 85 members, with multiple males to defend against open savanna predators like big cats, hyenas, and crocodiles. Homo habilis coexisted with other hominins like Homo rudolfensis, Homo ergaster or Homo erectus and Paranthropus boisei. Audio Design: "Jurassic Forest", "Antarctic Spring", “Torosaurus Lock Horns”, “Flight of the Ornithocheirus” — Walking With Dinosaurs Soundtrack by Benjamin Bartlett “Clementine Suite” — The Walking Dead Original Game Score by Jared Emerson-Johnson “Glittermane” — Year Walk Soundtrack by Daniel Olsén “The Sky of our Ancestors”, “George Street Shuffle”, “Isolated”, “Lost Frontier”, “Past the Edge” by Kevin Macleod Clarifications & Notes: (1) The time period Homo habilis lived in is contested, but it is generally agreed to be in the range of 2.4 to 1.4 million years ago, 2.31 to 1.65 million years ago based on fossil evidence. #Enchiridion #PrimevalHuman #HomoHabilis #Paleoanthropology #EarlyToolmakers #Human #Humans #HomoSapiens #Homo #Science #Anthropology #Paleontology #Archaeology Table of Contents: 0:00 - Introductory Story 1:18 - Introduction 6:40 - Taxonomy; Research History & Naming 11:11 - Anatomy; Skull 15:03 - Anatomy; Build 17:56 - Anatomy; Limbs 22:43 - Culture; Society 27:19 - Culture; Diet 32:57 - Culture; Technology 40:29 - Named By 40:37 - Synonyms 40:56 - Taxonomy; Classification & Evolution 43:59 - Phylogeny 45:07 - Scientific Classification 48:24 - Facts 48:30 - Fossil Representation 49:04 - KNM-BC 1 49:41 - KNM-ER 1470 50:15 - KNM-ER 1805 50:56 - KNM-ER 1813 51:34 - OH 7 52:33 - OH 8 53:16 - OH 13 53:59 - OH 16 54:39 - OH 24 55:31 - OH 35 56:11 - OH 62 57:01 - OH 65 58:08 - SK 847 58:51 - Popular Culture 59:44 - Conclusion 1:04:10 - Outro _ Transcript: 🤍 Sources: Leakey, L.S.B., Tobias, P.V., Napier, J.R., 1964. A new species of the genus Homo from Olduvai Gorge. Nature 202, 7-9. Wood, Bernard. “Human Evolution: Fifty Years after Homo Habilis.” Nature News, Nature Publishing Group, 2 Apr. 2014, 🤍
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Just less than two and a half million years ago, in the Early Pleistocene epoch of Eastern Africa, a group of hairy, bipedal apes evolved, and soon after, began to use basic stone tools. They didn't know it, but they were the first species of a new genus that would one day transform the world beyond recognition. This was Homo habilis - the very first species of true human, under the genus name Homo - the full binominal name translating to 'handy man'. For almost a million years, these apes would live in social colonies across the plains and savannahs of Eastern and Southern Africa, and were our earliest human ancestors. Life wasn't easy for them, though. The plains of prehistoric Africa were wild, filled with danger, and life was often short and perilous. Homo habilis persisted however, and a group of individuals would one day split from the species, stepping one pace closer on the path to you and me. Today, we will be taking a look at how these strange early apes lived, how they evolved, how they were built, where they lived, and, ultimately, how they died. Welcome to our documentary on Homo habilis - the very first species of human. 0:00 Introduction 1:40 What Was Homo Habilis? 5:11 Evolution 8:08 Discovery 11:50 Lifestyle and Behaviour 20:29 Paleoenvironment 27:18 Extinction 29:46 Closer Music by CO.AG: 🤍 Thank you for watching. DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement is intended. If you are, or represent the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, PLEASE email us before putting in a claim and we can resolve the issue immediately. We can be reach on this email: info🤍top5s.co.uk Copyright © 2023 Top5s All rights reserved.
Preparedmind101 and Will Myers from Mantis Outdoors review the Habilis Bushtool. The Bushtool was the first design from Habilis and the most well known. I get repeated requests to review it, so I borrowed one for a few weeks to try it out. It's simple but smart, and rock solidly built. It was designed from the ground up to function in several bushcraft roles and does them well. HABILIS WEBPAGE: 🤍 IN-STOCK BUSHTOOLS ON THE PATHFINDER SCHOOL STORE: 🤍 SHOP AND SUPPORT THROUGH THE AMAZON STORE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 GOOGLE+: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍
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We recently received the newest entry in the Habilis Bushtools' line of knives, the S.R.T. Self Reliance Tool. The S.R.T. is an interesting and robust design that adds some size and weight behind the Habilis style of blades. With 1095 steel and G-10 handles, the materials appear to be on par with the quality we have come to expect from Habilis. We will have more details on the performance of this new tool in the forthcoming test and review. Equip 2 Endure 🤍 Join our community today to be part of our contest & giveaways, join discussions on the forums, news, blog, videos, podcasts and so much more! E2E Store 🤍 Follow Us on Twitter 🤍 Like Us! 🤍 E2E Newsletter Sign-Up 🤍 E2E Newsletter Archives 🤍
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PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to 🤍 ↓ More info below ↓ As more and more fossil ancestors have been found, our genus has become more and more inclusive, incorporating more members that look less like us, Homo sapiens. By getting to know these other homininsthe ones who came before uswe can start to answer some big questions about what it essentially means to be human. Thanks as always to Nobu Tamura for allowing us to use his wonderful paleoart: 🤍 Thanks to Julio Lacerda and Studio 252mya for the hominin illustrations. You can find more of Julio's work here: 🤍 Produced for PBS Digital Studios. Super special thanks to the following Patreon patrons for helping make Eons possible: Katie Fichtner, Anthony Callaghan, Renzo Caimi Ordenes, John Vanek, Neil H. Gray, Marilyn Wolmart, Esmeralda Rupp-Spangle, Gregory Donovan, Ehit Dinesh Agarwal, الخليفي سلطان , Gabriel Cortez, Marcus Lejon, Robert Arévalo, Robert Hill, Kelby Reid, Todd Dittman, Betsy Radley, PS, Colin Sylvester, Philip Slingerland, Jose Garcia, Eric Vonk, Tony Wamsley, Henrik Peteri, Jonathan Wright, Jon Monteiro, James Bording, Brad Nicholls, Miles Chaston, Michael McClellan, Jeff Graham, Maria Humphrey, Nathan Paskett, Connor Jensen, Daisuke Goto, Hubert Rady, Yuntao Zhou, Gregory Kintz, Tyson Cleary, Chandler Bass, Maly Lor, Joao Ascensao, Tsee Lee, Sarah Fritts, Ruben Winter, Ron Harvey Jr, Jacob Gerke, Alex Yan If you'd like to support the channel, head over to 🤍 and pledge for some cool rewards! Want to follow Eons elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 References: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Antón, S. C., Potts, R., & Aiello, L. C. (2014). Evolution of early Homo: an integrated biological perspective. Science, 345(6192), 1236828. Gibbons, A. (2015). Deep roots for the genus Homo. Haile-Selassie, Y., Latimer, B. M., Alene, M., Deino, A. L., Gibert, L., Melillo, S. M., ... & Lovejoy, C. O. (2010). An early Australopithecus afarensis postcranium from Woranso-Mille, Ethiopia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(27), 12121-12126. Leakey, L. S., Tobias, P. V., & Napier, J. R. (1964). A new species of the genus Homo from Olduvai Gorge. Schwartz, J. H., & Tattersall, I. (2015). Defining the genus Homo. Science, 349(6251), 931-932. Susman, R. L. (1994). Fossil evidence for early hominid tool use. Science, 265(5178), 1570-1573. Villmoare, B., Kimbel, W. H., Seyoum, C., Campisano, C. J., DiMaggio, E. N., Rowan, J., ... & Reed, K. E. (2015). Early Homo at 2.8 Ma from Ledi-Geraru, Afar, Ethiopia. Science, 347(6228), 1352-1355. Wood, B. (1992). Origin and evolution of the genus Homo. Nature, 355(6363), 783. Wood, B. (1999). 'Homo rudolfensis' Alexeev, 1986-fact or phantom?. Journal of human evolution, 36(1), 115. Wood, B. (2014). Human evolution: Fifty years after Homo habilis. Nature News, 508(7494), 31. Wood, B., & Collard, M. (1999). The human genus. Science, 284(5411), 65-71.
Du 20 avril au 3 juillet 2019 : La Fabrique « Homo habilis » Les homo habilis du 21ͤ siècle revisitent l’histoire de l’outil, de Lucy à nos jours. Avec l’artiste Jean-Simon Roch, ils inventent ensemble des ustensiles et des protocoles afin de réaliser et de filmer des saynètes où prime l’anachronisme technologique. Du biface imprimé en 3D, au dolmen en matières à mémoire de forme, c’est une préhistoire futuriste qui s’expérimente à la Fabrique. 🤍
Just got a Bushtool Set from Habilis Bushtools, (🤍habilisbushtools.com). A very interesting set that's focuses on individual who want a more basic set of tools for devolving primitive bushcrafting skills. These or a custom knife series, so you will pay more for the items. It may be something that you find interesting. Let me know what you guys think. - Adam 🤍 - Equip 2 Endure 🤍 Join our community today to be part of our contest & giveaways, join discussions on the forums, news, blog, videos, podcasts and so much more! E2E Store 🤍 Follow Us on Twitter 🤍 Like Us! 🤍 E2E Newsletter Sign-Up 🤍 E2E Newsletter Archives 🤍 -
Homo Habilis premiere 2013 Choreography and Costume Design: Davi Rodrigues Music: João Bosco and Julio Pimentel Somewhere between Stone age and today's time, Homo Habilis explores the discovery of communication with an uneven Rhythmically walking connection of the senses for survival and the intricate art of flirting. Those primates are our images of the past still present nowadays. - "Davi Rodrigues, 2013" Homo Habilis was created originally in 2012 for CAPA Dance and Drama, getting a full-length version in 2013 for Arts Umbrella Dance Company. Inspiration comes from all places, schools, streets, real-life, past and present. This creation is dedicated to the director that I had the pleasure to work with for five years as a professional dancer. He was a big source of creativity.
The lines of human evolution can often be blurred into obscurity, given the close proximity, in terms of time, of so many species of our genus. Species have been, in the past, renamed, reclassified, and combined, and today, we will be examining this in action in the case of an archaic species of human known as Homo heidelbergensis - a possible ancestor of Homo sapiens, and one of our closest ever relatives. The boundaries and similarities between our species and Homo heidelbergensis are, in fact, so similar that scientists are still considering the idea that heidelbergensis could indeed be a subspecies of Homo sapiens. In today's video, we will explore the life and evolution of Homo heidelbergensis, examining what makes it so similar to our own species. We will take a look at how this species may have lived, where it lived, and how it was discovered. Although this is an archaic human with much to teach us, a wealth of information has been discerned from skeletal evidence found at archaeological dig sites, and we will be examining this information to put together Homo heidelbergensis' story. 00:00 Introduction 1:36 The Discovery Of Homo Heidelbergensis 4:18 What Exactly Was Homo Heidelbergensis? 9:01 A Disputed Species 16:22 Homo Heidelbergensis' Lifestyle 24:19 Tools 32:17 Where Did Homo Heidelbergensis Live? 34:18 The Evolutionary Story 36:55 The Eventual Extinction 38:45 Outro Music by CO.AG: 🤍 Thank you for watching. DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement is intended. If you are, or represent the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, PLEASE email us before putting in a claim and we can resolve the issue immediately. We can be reach on this email: info🤍top5s.co.uk Copyright © 2023 Top5s All rights reserved.
(Visit: 🤍 This symposium explores evidence bearing on the emergence of our genus, focusing on possible antecedents to Homo, changes in diet and body form as Australopithecus evolved toward Homo, ancient species within the genus, and evolutionary processes likely operating 2.5 - 1.5 million years ago. Recorded on 02/05/2016. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [4/2016] [Science] [Show ID: 30632]
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As the era of Homo habilis drew to a close, new species of humans were beginning to colonise Africa. It's strange to imagine living in a world with multiple species of human, but for much of the Pleistocene Epoch of the Cenozoic Era, this is exactly what was happening. Around two million years ago, a new creature began to revolutionise the animal kingdom, innovating in ways that were as of yet unimaginable. Continuing the trend of walking upright that was exhibited in the first few members of the Homo genus, this new creature was named Homo erectus, translating to 'upright man'. Where Homo habilis was adapted to walking and climbing, Homo erectus took the first few steps towards a life lived entirely on the ground. It was a strange new world for these pioneering apes, and it is their unique behaviour and lifestyle that has led to this species becoming synonymous with evolution - as they evolved, our ancestors were becoming more and more intelligent, more powerful, and more successful. Today, we will be exploring all aspects of the life of Homo erectus - what was it? What did it look like? How did it act and live? What was the world like at the time it lived? These are all questions that we will need to delve deep into the Pleistocene Epoch to answer; a time of dramatic, untouched landscapes, dangerous megafaunal animals and new and strange societies of early humans. Join us as we discover the amazing story of Homo erectus. 0:00 Introduction 2:12 What Was Homo Erectus? 6:10 Evolution 10:45 Lifestyle and Behaviour 18:47 Tools 25:40 Paleoenvironments 32:10 Outro Music by CO.AG: 🤍 Thank you for watching. DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement is intended. If you are, or represent the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, PLEASE email us before putting in a claim and we can resolve the issue immediately. We can be reach on this email: info🤍top5s.co.uk Copyright © 2023 Top5s All rights reserved.
My review of the Habilis Bushtool by Habilis Bushtools. This thing will chop, carve, and cut without any problem one of my first ventures into the quote unquote survival bushcraft area but for 200 dollars its a good solid tool. Specs 10 1/2 inches overall 5 1/4 inch blade 1095 carbon steel 58 rockwell Modified Scandi G-10 Gunstock Handle Spearpoint with Anvil Bow Drill Socket Ferro Rod Notch Extended Pommel Price $199 with choice of kydex or leather sheath Pros Excellent Construction and Performance Easy to Take Care Of Unique Multipurpose Design Cons Sheath Retention Can Be Expensive for Some
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In which John Green and Hank Green teach you about how human primates moved out of Africa and turned Earth into a real-life Planet of the Apes. And the apes are people! John and Hank teach you about how humans evolved, and the sort of tricks they picked up along the way like complex tool use, big brains, and fighting. Our ancestors adapted to the grasslands of Africa and went through several iterations including Australopithecus, homo habilis, and homo ergaster/erectus. Our ancestors tamed fire, made pressure flake tools, and eventually smartphones. Learn more: 🤍 Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍
Poprzednim razem mówiliśmy o australopitekach – dwunożnych małpach człowiekowatych, z których wyewoluował rodzaj ludzki. Australopiteki pojawiły się przeszło 4 mln lat temu, a ok. 1,8 mln lat temu występuje już Homo erectus, który jest już bardziej podobny do nas niż do innych małp. Osiąga większe rozmiary, tworzy bardziej zaawansowane narzędzia i ma już wyraźnie większy mózg. Tym razem zastanowimy się nad tym, co wydarzyło się pomiędzy australopitekami a pojawieniem się Homo erectus – czyli poszukamy korzeni naszego rodzaju. Znowu krążyć będziemy głównie po wschodniej Afryce, w okolicy Jeziora Turkana, ale wybierzemy się też na południe kontynentu, by zajrzeć do jaskini Malapa, do której przypadkiem mogły wpaść dwa pechowe australopiteki. Uproszczona, szkolna wersja tej opowieści wspomina o jednej, pośredniej formie człowieka występującej między Homo erectus a Australopitekami – czyli Homo habilis. Ale współczesna paleoantropologia nie oferuje nam żadnych prostych opowieści. Zapraszamy na kolejny odcinek z serii "Nasi przodkowie". Scenariusz i prezentacja: Łukasz Kwiatek Kamera, ilustracje i montaż: Piotr Urbańczyk Pozostałe filmy z serii "Nasi przodkowie": 🤍 Dofinansowano ze środków Ministerstwa Edukacji i Nauki z programu Społeczna Odpowiedzialność Nauki w ramach projektu „Nauka na żywo: wszechświat, życie, umysł". Kwota dofinansowania 540 200,00 zł, całkowita wartość zadania 600 200 zł.