HOMO SAPIENS - PEOPLES
View of Homo sapiens leaving the African cradle. The search for food and more favorable living conditions forced them to act. Similar to extreme actions in the wild, danger, and multiple enemies, battles have taken place for thousands of years. The brain, which reached a volume of 1650 cm³, the only weapon of our distant ancestors, adapted and developed, saving the species from destruction. The ability to use fire, create tools, fight predators and other hominids' representatives honed the ability to survive. These were populations of hunter-gatherers, subject to totem rites and taboos. Mastering all the new spaces, the populations of Homo sapiens moved further and further, spreading across the planet. In several thousand years, they mastered almost all continents and most of the large islands.