DescriptionHomo erectus was bipedal, had a low, rounded skull, bones, including skull, were thicker than those of preceding species. Some prominent muscle scars and thick reinforced areas on the bones indicate that the body of H. erectus could withstand powerful movements and tensions.
This replica is in a specimen discovered in 1999 by Abesalem Vecu in Dmanisi, Georgia and has an age of 1.75 billion years.
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