The origin of man

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The University Press, 1925 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 100 pages

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Contents

CHAPTER IV
31
CHAPTER V
42
types of mammalian gregariousness Supposed
49

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A. R. Wallace adapted Africa aggressive Alimentary canal amongst ancestors animal food animistic anthro anthropoid stock Arctic Circle attack Australia Avebury baboons beliefs bipedal Borneo brain Cainozoic Canada canine teeth cannibalism cannot Canteleu carnivorous central Asia character chimpanzee co-operation Creodont culture custom Darwin depends diet differentiation dogs Dryopithecus elephant Eoanthropus Eocene Ethnology Europe exogamy explain extant facts favourable forest fossil frugivorous Fuegians gait Geladas giraffe Glacial Period gorilla gregarious habit habitat herbivores herd heredity Himalayas Homo sapiens human human nature hunter hunting hunting-life hunting-pack hyaena hypothesis inferred instinct intelligence kill Krapina langurs leaders leopards lived Lycopithecus Magic and Animism Malay Archipelago male mammalia mammals marriage marsupials mastodons Mediterranean race mental merely Miocene Mongolia monkeys Monogamous moral natural selection Neanderthal Neolithic North America Oligocene omnivorous onomatopoeia onomatopoeic orang original pack palaeolithic perhaps Piltdown Pithecanthropus Pleistocene Pliocene polygamous pre-human prey Primates primitive probably Prof quadrupeds Queensland races Races of Europe rhinoceros rodents savage seems Semang sexual selection Siberia Sir Arthur Keith Siwalik social social animal society sort South Africa species stage stones Sumatra superstitions suppose sympathy taboo Thomas Whittaker Tierra del Fuego tion tribes tropical tropical forest vegetarian vermin weapons whilst wolves

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