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Brannen’s conclusions foreshadow a new study–“Past Extinctions of Homo Species Coincided with Increased Vulnerability to Climatic Change”– to understand the climate preferences of early humans and how they reacted to changes in climate.

The study shows that despite technological innovations including the use of fire and refined stone tools, the formation of complex social networks, and—in the case of Neanderthals—even the production of glued spear points, fitted clothes, and a good amount of cultural and genetic exchange with Homo sapiens, past Homo species could not survive intense climate change,” says Pasquale Raia of Università di Napoli Federico II.

“And we found that just when our own species is sawing the branch we’re sitting on by causing climate change.

Climate change made Homo vulnerable and hapless in the past, and this may just be happening again.”.

To shed light on past extinctions of Homo species including H.

“We were surprised by the regularity of the effect of climate change,” Raia says

But, he says, the main insights “hold true under all assumptions.” The findings may serve as a kind of warning to humans today as we face unprecedented changes in the climate, Raia says

“And we found that just when our own species is sawing the branch we’re sitting on by causing climate change

Climate change made Homo vulnerable and hapless in the past, and this may just be happening again.”

Past Extinctions of Homo Species Coincided with Increased Vulnerability to Climatic Change


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