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Sangiran Homo Erectus was a hominid that occupied the earth out of Africa 1.8 million years ago. They were able to adapt to cold and hot weather. Home Erectus had developed technology to make stone tools and fire.

Sangiran Homo Erectus

Their migration tracks were found in Ethiopia, Tanzania, China, India, France, Spain, Germany and Sangiran.

Migration Tracks

The structure of Pithecanthropus Erectus from Trinil is short backward with 900 centimeters cranial capacity. It is a female individual since there is no skull relief development in which the muscular insertion develops.

Pithecanthropus Erectus

Early man and animal lived harmoniously about 1 million years ago and can be predicted that Homo erectus hunted most of the animals.


The discovery of important archaeological finds in Sangiran was in no small part attributed to the hard work of local Indonesians, who lifted the bones directly from earth, so the world could find out about the Early Man and his environment.

Archaeological Finds by Indonesians
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