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Hominid Species

Humans are just the latest in a long line of hominid species that have emerged in the past six million years.

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An artist's reconstruction of Homo georgicus. Image courtesy of Wikicommons

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Australopithecus garhi: especie de homínido con rasgos distintos de los típicamente vistos en Australopithecus afarensis y en Australopithecus africanus.

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Sahelanthropus tchadensis This species was named in 2002 from fossils discovered in Central Africa. It is the oldest known hominid/near-hominid species, dated between 6 and 7 million years old. It is not known whether it was bipedal. It has Primitive apelike features, a very small brain size, brow ridges and small canine teeth. It comes from around the time when the hominids are thought to have diverged from chimpanzees which suggests it's close to the common ancestor of humans and…

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The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

A Paracas skull: note the dimple toward the top of the head, which is a product…

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The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

Three Paracas Necropolis Culture skulls, showing different shapes produced by…

Humans are just the latest in a long line of hominid species that have emerged…

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“The continued research of Francis Gerber, Swiss naturalist, whose partilular line of inquiry was that of hominid species that existed parallel to Homo Sapien, this bureau explores the maturation of infected human hosts”

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Module 9 Ch 10 Human Evolution Approximately, 8 million years ago lush forests covered most of the African continent. During this time, Miocene ape species flourished because they were very successful in the arboreal environment. However, about 6 million years ago, the climate in Africa became dryer and the majority of the Miocene apes went extinct due to the loss of the forests. Yet, some species thrived, and one of those species was the oldest common ancestor of today’s modern humans.

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The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

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