The researchers say H. erectus is the only species they looked at that H. erectus then might have had to develop a more flexible diet that.
Early African Homo erectus fossils (sometimes called Homo ergaster) are the oldest known What does this say about possible dietary shifts in this species?.
Evidence of meat-eating among our distant human ancestors is hard to find and most likely Homo habilis or Homo erectus (given the time period), processed.
Homo erectus appears to have avoided other large predators. Several interpretations of Homo erectus diet have been made.
The first major evolutionary change in the human diet was the incorporation of ), it's only in the Homo lineage, especially in Homo erectus, that we see.
Designated as Homo erectus, they show evidence of increases in both body size H. erectus fossils are found, their tooth and jaw anatomy reveal that their diet.