Practice Quiz for
Homo heidelbergensis

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1 Which of the following statements best characterize the evolutionary dividing line between Homo erectus and modern humans?
a) The transition occurred rapidly, over a few thousand years.
b) It began by 800,000-700,000 years ago.
c) There was no transition since Homo erectus were early modern humans.
2 Where have Homo heidelbergensis and other archaic human fossils not been found?
a) Africa
b) Europe
c) Asia
d) North America
3 Which of the following statements is true regarding the Neandertals?
a) They died out before the first modern humans evolved.
b) They were not related to the archaic humans.
c) They were not related to Homo erectus.
d) none of the above


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