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Comparison of Homo naledi skulls to skulls of other hominin species. Image credit: Hawks et al, doi: Types Of Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Earth Science, Science And Nature, Human Evolution Tree, Forensische Anthropologie, Brain Size, Theory Of Evolution

Comparison of Homo naledi skulls to skulls of other hominin species. Image credit: Hawks et al, doi: 10.7554/eLife.24232.

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OMINIDI: HOMO SAPIENS, UOMO DI NEANDERTHAL

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Human Evolution Challenged by Fossils From Hotly Debated Ancient Species: The existence of Au. sediba reinforces the idea that human evolutionary history looks more like a branching tree, in which evolutionary experimentation has birthed different forms. Primates, Museums In Dallas, University Of The Witwatersrand, Human Fossils, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Evolution Science, Archaeological Discoveries, Museum Displays

Pictures: New Human Ancestor Fossils Found

See the fossil skulls that helped identify the new human-ancestor species with an unprecedented mix of human and ape features.

Neanderthal large eyes 'caused their demise' ~ The eyes have it: The Neanderthal skull (L) has larger eye sockets compared with a modern human skull (R). Consequently, the now extinct species used more of its brain to process visual information Aliens And Ufos, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Large Eyes, Big Eyes, Homo Habilis, Human Evolution, Mystery Of History, Human Skull

Neanderthal big eyes 'caused demise'

A study of Neanderthal skulls suggests that they became extinct because they had larger eyes than our species.

The Bone Clones Hominid line is composed of discoveries from anatomically modern humans, archaic humans, early Homo, early hominins, and other hominids. Evolution Tattoo, Human Evolution, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, Primates, Mammals, Valle Del Rift, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Early Humans

Australopithecus afarensis Skull - Bone Clones, Inc. - Osteological Reproductions

Australopithecus afarensis Skull. The australopithecines are only known from Africa and are believed to be the earliest known true hominids. None has ever been found in Europe or Asia. 2.9 to 3.6 MYA.

The Archaeology News Network: Neanderthal groups based part of their lifestyle on sexual division of labor Group Bases, Biological Anthropology, Fix Clothing, Early Humans, Archaeology News, Human Evolution, Science And Nature, Life Science, Before Us

Neanderthal groups based part of their lifestyle on sexual division of labor

Neanderthal communities divided some of their tasks according to their sex. This is one of the main conclusions reached by a study performed...

Gibraltar a skull from an adult female Neanderthal, is on display at the Natural History Museum. Human Fossils, Skull Pictures, Archaeology News, Human Evolution, Natural History Museum, British Museum, Ancient History, Science

Neanderthals 'could speak like us'

An analysis of a Neanderthal's hyoid bone - a horseshoe shaped bone in the neck - suggests the species could speak in much the same way as modern humans do.

Site: Liujiang, China Age: Abotu years old Species: Homo sapiens Modern humans temporarily spread beyond Africa This skull from Liujiang, China, dated to at least years ago, could reflect an early migration of Homo sapiens beyond Africa. Human Fossils, Homo Habilis, Skull Reference, Matter Science, Early Humans, Forensic Anthropology, Human Evolution, Primates, Before Us

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Modern humans temporarily spread beyond Africa This skull from Liujiang, China, dated to at least 68,000 years ago, could reflect an early migration of Homo sapiens beyond Africa.

Le Moustier - a Neanderthal site in the Dordogne, France Rocky Steps, Wild Pictures, Human Evolution, Primates, Archaeology, Creatures, Extinct, History, Origins

Human Evolution - Hominid Skulls

Examining the skulls of living apes and our extinct ancestors allows us to explore characteristics which reflect the evolutionary relationships in our family tree.

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