Grade 5 Discover : Set 2 Copy
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The binomial term for a particular species was coined by Carl Linnaeus which means “wise man” in Latin. This species is believed to have evolved in Africa.
All the human beings belong to this species, are also referred by the scientists as “the thinking people”.
Which species are we talking about?CorrectIncorrect
The species that you and all other living human beings on this planet belong to.
The diorama shows Homo erectus, that is known to have discovered something that has changed the lives of people in many ways and this is mankind’s first great innovations.
A spark from flintstones while making stone tools led to its the discovery.
What was the discovery?CorrectIncorrect
Friction is being used here
An archaeological site in Madhya Pradesh spans the prehistoric Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods.
This place has the largest collections of rock paintings in the world.
The name of this site is associated with “Bhima” and it means, “sitting place of Bhima”.
Which place are we talking about?
Within massive sandstone outcrops, above comparatively dense forest, are five clusters of natural rock shelters, displaying paintings that appear to date from the Mesolithic Period
In the picture is our earliest Homo ancestor that is most likely to have descended from Australopithecus afarensis better known as _______, named after a famous Beatles song.
It was discovered in Ethiopia in 1974.
What is the name of this hominid?
This insect’s scientific name is derived from the Latin for ‘blatta’, meaning “an insect that shuns the light”.
This is the most primitive living winged insects.
Scientists believe these insects evolved before the continents did, which is why they’re everywhere.
Name the insect.CorrectIncorrect
These insects can live for a week without its head.