Using additional sources of information, list the factors that led to the progressive evolution of Dryopithecus in the direction leading to the emergence of man.
Evolution, which describes the emergence of modern man, was singled out as a separate branch of biology – anthropology. Anthropologists have identified many factors that led to the evolution of primates, which led to the emergence of Homo sapiens. First of all, the development of the brain was important. Most of the external changes are connected with this, the ability to communicate, survive, etc. Also, natural factors influenced evolution. These are cold snaps that forced the ancestors of people to use fire, animal skins and the construction of shelters.
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