Friday, March 11, 2011

GeoJeopardy Fridays #37

Time for GeoJeopardy! Fridays, because I'm done with my PhD Qualification Written Exams, just the orals to go.

- Prehistoric Times -

Scientists have identified over 4,000 species of these "3-lobed" sea creatures that lived during the Paleozoic era


Scientists say that North America had 4 of these: Nebraskan, Kansan, Illinoian & Wisconsin


The Stone Age lasted until this metal replaced stone as the primary tool-making material


In 1868 Louis Lartet dug up the first skeletons of this prehistoric man in a cave in Les Eyzies in southwest France


The name of this earliest human species is Latin for "skillful human being"


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  1. There were at least 7 glaciers. Your sure you have a degree?

  2. Says the person who posted anonymously? Yes I have a degree and you need to learn and read the question. It doesn't say glaciers. And these are not MY questions, they are taken from Jeopardy. If you have a problem, contact them. Jackass.


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