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The history of nudity involves social attitudes to nakedness of the human body in different cultures in history. The use of clothing is one of the changes that mark the end of the Neolithic, and the beginning of civilization. Prehistory Evolution of hairlessness Many explanations of hairlessness include advantages to cooling when early humans moved from shady forest to open savanna , accompanied by a change in diet from primarily vegetarian to hunting game, which meant running long distances after prey. As hominids migrated outside of the tropics, varying degrees of depigmentation evolved in order to permit UVB-induced synthesis of previtamin D3. The ability to dissipate excess body heat through eccrine sweating helped to make possible the dramatic enlargement of the brain, the most temperature-sensitive organ. Current estimates of the origin of clothing are based upon a genetic analysis indicating that clothing lice diverged from head louse ancestors at least by 83, and possibly as early as , years ago, suggesting that the use of clothing likely originated with anatomically modern humans in Africa prior to their migration to colder climates. Although the genitals of adults were generally covered, nakedness in ancient Egypt was not a violation of any social norm, but more often a convention indicating wealth; those that could afford to do so covered more.
The Scream The Scream exists in four versions: two pastels and and two paintings and There are also several lithographs of The Scream and later. It is the most colorful of the versions  and is distinctive for the downward-looking stance of one of its background figures. It is also the only version not held by a Norwegian museum.