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- Spontaneous Happiness 😁😁😁 smiling can see 32 teeths 😀😀 When your mind is tranquil and at peace,all your ill-thoughts cease. "ความสุขเกิดได้ เมื่อใจสะอาด ใจสะอาดได้ เกิดจากใจสงบ" =================================== . . . . . . . #justsmile #smile #me #goodday #outdoor #lifestyle #car #home #photography #capture #glasses #chilling #relaxing #life #instagood #worldwide #nature #sky #landscape #photograph #freedom #beautiful #sunsets #happiness #planet #peaceful #awesome #snapshot #positive #girl
- Spontaneous Happiness 😁😁😁 smiling can see 32 teeths 😀😀 When your mind is tranquil and at peace,all your ill-thoughts cease. "ความสุขเกิดได้ เมื่อใจสะอาด ใจสะอาดได้ เกิดจากใจสงบ" =================================== . . . . . . . #justsmile #smile #me #goodday #outdoor #lifestyle #car #home #photography #capture #glasses #chilling #relaxing #life #instagood #worldwide #nature #sky #landscape #photograph #freedom #beautiful #sunsets #happiness #planet #peaceful #awesome #snapshot #positive #girl
- Spontaneous Happiness 😁😁😁 smiling can see 32 teeths 😀😀 When your mind is tranquil and at peace,all your ill-thoughts cease. "ความสุขเกิดได้ เมื่อใจสะอาด ใจสะอาดได้ เกิดจากใจสงบ" =================================== . . . . . . . #justsmile #smile #me #goodday #outdoor #lifestyle #car #home #photography #capture #glasses #chilling #relaxing #life #instagood #worldwide #nature #sky #landscape #photograph #freedom #beautiful #sunsets #happiness #planet #peaceful #awesome #snapshot #positive #girl
- By Melissa Hogenboom "Two million years ago in #Africa, several #species of #human -like creatures roamed the landscape. Some looked surprisingly similar to each other, while others had distinct, defining features. Our own species appeared around 200,000 years ago, at a time when several others existed. Yet today, only we remain. It's worth pointing out that extinction is a normal part of evolution. In that sense it may not seem surprising that human-like species – known as "hominins" – have died out. But it is not obvious that the #world only has room for one species of #human. Our closest living relatives are the great #apes, and there are six species alive today: chimpanzees, bonobos, two species of gorilla and two species of orangutan. Several million years ago, when a great many #hominin species lived side-by-side, they mainly ate #plants. "There is no evidence they were systematically preying on large #animals," But as conditions changed, and hominins moved from the #forests and #trees to the drier open savannahs, they became increasingly #carnivorous. The problem was, the #animals they hunted also had fewer plants to eat, so overall there was less food to go around. That competition drove some species #extinct. "As human evolution pushed some members to be more carnivorous, you would expect to see less and less of them," But while the switch to meat-eating clearly took its toll, it did not come close to leaving #Earth a one-human planet. Until quite recently, we still shared the #planet with other early humans. The hobbits could have survived until as recently as 18,000 years ago. They may have been wiped out by a large volcanic eruption. Living on one small island will also leave a species more vulnerable to #extinction when disaster strikes. However, we know a lot more about the Neanderthals, simply because we have known about them for much longer and have many #fossils. The #Neanderthals were displaced very soon after modern #humans encroached on their habitat. They evolved long before us, and lived in Europe well before we arrived. Formidable hunters and great innovators of tools; but unlike us, desisted when temperatures changed #art #artoftheday
- By Melissa Hogenboom "Two million years ago in #Africa , several #species of #human -like creatures roamed the landscape. Some looked surprisingly similar to each other, while others had distinct, defining features. Our own species appeared around 200,000 years ago, at a time when several others existed. Yet today, only we remain. It& #39;s worth pointing out that extinction is a normal part of evolution. In that sense it may not seem surprising that human-like species – known as "hominins" – have died out. But it is not obvious that the #world only has room for one species of #human . Our closest living relatives are the great #apes , and there are six species alive today: chimpanzees, bonobos, two species of gorilla and two species of orangutan. Several million years ago, when a great many #hominin species lived side-by-side, they mainly ate #plants . "There is no evidence they were systematically preying on large #animals ," But as conditions changed, and hominins moved from the #forests and #trees to the drier open savannahs, they became increasingly #carnivorous . The problem was, the #animals they hunted also had fewer plants to eat, so overall there was less food to go around. That competition drove some species #extinct . "As human evolution pushed some members to be more carnivorous, you would expect to see less and less of them," But while the switch to meat-eating clearly took its toll, it did not come close to leaving #Earth a one-human planet. Until quite recently, we still shared the #planet with other early humans. The hobbits could have survived until as recently as 18,000 years ago. They may have been wiped out by a large volcanic eruption. Living on one small island will also leave a species more vulnerable to #extinction when disaster strikes. However, we know a lot more about the Neanderthals, simply because we have known about them for much longer and have many #fossils . The #Neanderthals were displaced very soon after modern #humans encroached on their habitat. They evolved long before us, and lived in Europe well before we arrived. Formidable hunters and great innovators of tools; but unlike us, desisted when temperatures changed #art #artoftheday
- By Melissa Hogenboom "Two million years ago in #Africa, several #species of #human -like creatures roamed the landscape. Some looked surprisingly similar to each other, while others had distinct, defining features. Our own species appeared around 200,000 years ago, at a time when several others existed. Yet today, only we remain. It's worth pointing out that extinction is a normal part of evolution. In that sense it may not seem surprising that human-like species – known as "hominins" – have died out. But it is not obvious that the #world only has room for one species of #human. Our closest living relatives are the great #apes, and there are six species alive today: chimpanzees, bonobos, two species of gorilla and two species of orangutan. Several million years ago, when a great many #hominin species lived side-by-side, they mainly ate #plants. "There is no evidence they were systematically preying on large #animals," But as conditions changed, and hominins moved from the #forests and #trees to the drier open savannahs, they became increasingly #carnivorous. The problem was, the #animals they hunted also had fewer plants to eat, so overall there was less food to go around. That competition drove some species #extinct. "As human evolution pushed some members to be more carnivorous, you would expect to see less and less of them," But while the switch to meat-eating clearly took its toll, it did not come close to leaving #Earth a one-human planet. Until quite recently, we still shared the #planet with other early humans. The hobbits could have survived until as recently as 18,000 years ago. They may have been wiped out by a large volcanic eruption. Living on one small island will also leave a species more vulnerable to #extinction when disaster strikes. However, we know a lot more about the Neanderthals, simply because we have known about them for much longer and have many #fossils. The #Neanderthals were displaced very soon after modern #humans encroached on their habitat. They evolved long before us, and lived in Europe well before we arrived. Formidable hunters and great innovators of tools; but unlike us, desisted when temperatures changed #art #artoftheday

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