Homo habilis

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extinct species of upright East African hominid having some advanced humanlike characteristics

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Some of the animal bones had incisions made by such tools, perhaps during the scavenging of carcasses by H.
Preliminary comparisons indicate that the new fossil's remaining teeth bear close similarities to those of H.
So-called "lumping" of specimens led to a picture of human evolution as a series of three progressive steps, with H.
Although Hill's group does not assign a species to the fossil, for lack of evidence, their report will influence the current debate over whether early Homo included only the traditionally accepted H.
For instance, a cast of the cranium's inner surface -- known as an endocast -- taken from the brain case of a 2-million-year-old H.
erectus made the stone implements, says Dennell, it lived in Asia at the same time H.
229), two groups of scientists reported that there are no marked differences in body size between so-called robusts and other early hominids, including H.