Homo Indomitus began evolved from Homo Defomum over 70,000 years ago. Away from interference from Homo Magnus, these hominids developed over thousands of years to be taller, stronger and more durable than most herbivores and most carnivores
Physical Characteristics Edit
Homo Ferus can grow to around 8 feet in height.
Like their ancestors, female Homo Indomitus have a pregnancy of eight to nine months.
Around 5 years of age, the mother will often abandon their male offspring, leaving them in the wilderness to learn to avoid and confront danger. The mothers will take another 3-4 years looking after and socialising their female offspring, preparing them later for their own reproductive cycle.