Who is πŸ€” the First Female πŸ‘© of Humanity 🌎?


Who is the first known human female? The Darwin Theory of Evolution by natural selection is the process by which organisms change over time. The changes allow them to adapt better to their environment and help them to survive and produce more offspring. Some people refer to evolution as β€œsurvival of the fittest.” The main idea of biological evolution is all life on earth shares a common ancestor. Did you know the first lady of humanity was discovered in Ethiopia in 1974? Lucy aka Dinknesh is the world’s oldest skeleton and she is of the hominin species. She is dated to about 3.2 million years ago and here are a few more amazing facts about the first known human female.

1. She Walked Upright

Her species was transitional with traits of earlier apes and later humans. Scientists know she walked from clues on her bones including the angle of her femur in relation to knee-joint surfaces.

She Was Vertically Challenged
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