Otto is not listening–again. The first time this happened was with Lucy.
Now, he has found a beautiful female Homo erectus. She’s a warrior, strong powerful. She lives in Africa so wears no animal skin clothing to protect her from the cold. Here are pictures of Lucy, her clan, her habitat:
Lucy: Her story of survival
What Lucy called ‘Smoking Mountain’ because of its constant volcanic activity, we know as Ngorongoro, an extinct volcano
Raza, crosses the Great Rift to bring Lucy back to his troupe
the Chalicothere–an animal who shares Lucy’s habitat
Garv, wanted nothing more from his life than to care for Lucy–and then Nature destroyed him
Today, the Great African Rift separates species, caushing them to evolve separately. In Lucy’s day, it was new, easily traversed, but getting more dangerous every year.
Man-who-preys, stronger and smarter than Lucy’s people–and survived by violence
Baad–helps Raza bring Lucy back to their savanna homeland
Acheulian tools used by Man-who-preys were much more advanced than the simplistic Oldowan tools used by ‘handy man’–Lucy and Raza
East African mammoth, much larger predecessor to elephants. A herd was responsible for the death of Lucy’s troupe.
Lucy and Garv–learned about life together and then learned about separation