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Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Human Evolution?

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All modern humans are descended from humans who evolved on which continent?

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60,000 years ago, as humans moved away from Africa and the Equator, we developed variations in skin tone (lighter skin absorbs more vitamin D), hair texture, and facial features.
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I don't want to burst your bubble, but we're all just fancy monkeys. Primates, to be exact. That's right: Homo Sapiens (that's us) may have been dominating the planet for the last few thousand years, but before that we were just another species in-development, battling the rest for survival and a place at the watering hole. Actually, we're still in development. Evolution never stops, after all… But before we all continue to evolve into something different altogether (lizard-people, anyone?) let's pause for a moment to take stock of how we got here. How much do you know about our story? Time to find out...

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