Explain how each of the following terms are significant to understanding African geography, and human evolution.
Sudan (Bilad es Sudan)
Outline the role of Africa in the evolution of modern humanity?
List the impact that the variety of climatic zones had on the development of civilizations in Africa?
Homo habilis is a species of archaic human from the Early Pleistocene of East and South Africa about 2.3–1.65 million years ago.
Homo erectus is an extinct species of archaic human from the Pleistocene, with its earliest occurrence about 2 million years ago, and its specimens are among the first recognisable members of the genus Homo.
African Eve hypothesis the hypothesis (based on study of mitochondrial DNA) that modern humans have a common female ancestor who lived in
Africa's role in the evolution of modern humanity was acting as the birthplace of humanity itself according to paleoanthropologist. ... Raw resources were imported from Africa, which among other things led to the rise of global corporations.
Climate zones have determined how people made a living in Sub-Saharan Africa. In the forests, farmers grew yams, palm trees, and kola trees. In the savannas, farmers grew grain crops. In the semiarid and desert areas, people were nomadic herders.