Did australopithecines (or early homo) sling?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (4):522-522 (2004)

Abstract
Two arguments are critiqued here. The first is that hominin mothers “parked” their offspring; the evidence does not support that position. The second is that motherese developed to control the behavior of nonambulatory infants. However, Falk's case is stronger if we apply it to children who are already walking and more likely to be influenced by verbal information.
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