What does the Latin term "Homo habilis" mean?
Homo Habilis is one of the earliest members of the genus Homo. Its name, which in Latin means "handy man", was given in 1964 because this species was thought to represent the first maker of stone tools.
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What was the reason to build Canberra for Australian capital, rather than selecting one of the existing large cities?
safe location far from the sea
wish of the Indigenous Australians
low land price
dispute between Sydney and Melbourne
During the whole history, where were most of slaves from Africa taken to?
North America without Carribean