Primate Human Issa Found With Climbing Abilities Similar to Ape But Walked on Feet
The human ancestors that existed during the early Earth could walk on two legs between 7 to 6 million years ago. This period changed the course of primate humans in their evolution and modified the way of their living. The event was among the essential aspects that made modern humans what they are today. Throughout the history of evolutionary studies, experts consider the same transition as a mark of the difference between the human lineage and the broad species of apes. The walking primate ancestors developed through time and eventually reached the root of humanized civilizations; however, the reason why the first walking primates stood up on two feet and walked is still a puzzle for the scientific community.