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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How were these peoples referred?
(a) The Folter culture.
(b) The Clover culture.
(c) The Clovis culture.
(d) The Folsom culture.

2. By what are first contacts usually characterized?
(a) Violence and misunderstanding.
(b) Large meals.
(c) Uncertainty and friendship.
(d) Dryness and irritation.

3. What countries all have actively spread their languages over the world?
(a) Sweden, Norway, Finland, and the Netherlands.
(b) Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Nepal, and Jordan.
(c) England, Spain, Portugal, France, and Russia.
(d) China, Japan, India, Cambodia, and Thailand.

4. What is encouraging about the final paragraphs?
(a) They note that it will be many years before the earth will be destroyed by mankind.
(b) They note a few somewhat encouraging examples of environmental preservation and attempts to slow or even reverse ecological destruction.
(c) They note that extinct species will return.
(d) They note that no holocaust will occur.

5. What does the author note about studies done on woodpeckers?
(a) Woodpecker traits are found only slightly in other bird species and yet all of the traits necessary to be a woodpecker have come together only once during evolution.
(b) Woodpecker traits are only found in other bird species.
(c) Woodpecker traits are found plentifully in other bird species and most of the traits necessary to be a woodpecker have come together only once during evolution
(d) Woodpecker traits are found plentifully in other bird species and yet all of the traits necessary to be a woodpecker have come together only once during evolution.

6. What is a prevalent habit among modern peoples of all time?
(a) To look toward the future and imagine it as a sort of golden age.
(b) Look to toward the future and imagine the turmoil that will be taking place.
(c) Look to the past and imagine it as a horrible time of misunderstanding and ignorance.
(d) To look toward the distant past and imagine it as a sort of golden age where contemporaneous problems did not exist.

7. When did humans first cross the Bering Straights into Alaska and then spread south into North America?
(a) About 11,000 years ago.
(b) About 2,000 years ago.
(c) About 5,000 years ago.
(d) About 100,000 years ago.

8. What is it called when a gazelle sees a lion stalking it and does not run?
(a) Trotting.
(b) Stotting.
(c) Stalking.
(d) Stopping.

9. What else does he do in the Epilogue?
(a) He argues against several points made in the book.
(b) He discusses changes in his research since the book was first published.
(c) He reminds the reader of his message.
(d) He reiterates the major events of human evolution and cultural development.

10. How many imminent risks to survival does humanity face?
(a) One.
(b) Two.
(c) Four.
(d) Three.

11. What took place during this same time?
(a) 73 percent of North American and and 80 percent of South American large animals went extinct.
(b) 67 percent of North American and and 50 percent of South American large animals went extinct.
(c) 10 percent of North American and and 100 percent of South American large animals went extinct.
(d) 16 percent of North American and and 20 percent of South American large animals went extinct.

12. What is today's human population?
(a) Over fifty billion.
(b) Over five billion.
(c) Over five million.
(d) Over fifteen million.

13. What was one of the last major first contacts?
(a) Richard Archbold's third expedition to the Canary Islands.
(b) Richard Archbold's first expedition to the Canary Islands.
(c) Richard Archbold's first expedition to New Guinea.
(d) Richard Archbold's third expedition to New Guinea.

14. What kept this group of people isolated for so long?
(a) They were the only people in the Canary Islands.
(b) They were the only people in New Guinea.
(c) Inaccessible terrain and topography of New Guinea.
(d) Inaccessible terrain and topography of the Canary Islands.

15. One percent of North American birds have become extinct since what year?
(a) 1500.
(b) 1700.
(c) 1800.
(d) 1600.

Short Answer Questions

1. Several languages are all derived from a common root language, which is generally referred to as what?

2. In what did this population explosion and its enabler result?

3. What did the Europeans do to these people?

4. By what do many suggest that today's societal ills could be eliminated?

5. Within about 1,000 years what had these people done?

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