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    Early Homo genuses more successful than Australopithecus

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    What major differences allowed the early Homo genuses of hominids to become more successful than the Australopithecus hominids?
    A. larger brains
    B. walked erect
    C. tool making advancements
    D. became vegetarians
    E. A, B, and C

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    The answer is E. A, B, and C, i.e larger brains, walked erect and used tools.

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