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Prehistory Web Quest - Quest for Man's Origins

Homo Erectus Map Instructions 
Home Up Introduction Task Process Rubric Conclusion

 

Using your map instructions locate and label:

Four Continents shown

All four oceans

Mediterranean Sea

Red Sea

Nile River

Spain

Germany

Hungary

France

China

Java

Beijing (Peking)

Olduvai Gorge

Equator

Prime Meridian

Trace land routes in red from Olduvai Gorge out of Africa to locations in Europe, Java and China. Be careful - these hominids could not "walk on water".

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