Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Robust Tool-user Hypothesis

Proposal that the robust australopithecines may have been the first tool users, based on the argument that these forms are more numerous in critical sites, they are capable of approximately the same power grip as early members of the genus Homo, and finally that the robust forms were relatively more encephalized than earlier hominids.

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