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Synonyms for hominid

characterizing the family Hominidae, which includes Homo sapiens as well as extinct species of manlike creatures


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South African hominids that lived between around 2.
At the same time, this hominid also shared with Australopithecus key evolved features of the upper pelvis and lateral foot that allowed it to engage in terrestrial bipedality with extended hips and knees (White et al.
Evolutionary geneticist David Reich and a team of researchers have presented a more complete genetic analysis of those ancient hominids in addition to bits of an extinct population that resided in Asia 30,000 years ago.
The bulky, brain like lump of Hominid implies a lumbering movement, Vehicle for Reflection a darting one.
However, a closer look at the Bulgarian pre-human hominid molar revealed that the ape had eaten hard, abrasive objects such as grasses, seeds and nuts.
Combining action-packed adventure and fascinating reenactments, this documentary reveals how we met, interacted and fought these other hominids.
Combining action-packed adventure and fascinating facts, this documentary reveals how we met, interacted and fought these other hominids, reversing a fate that was almost inevitable.
Here we have the first direct glimpse of the geographic movements of early hominids, and it appears the females preferentially moved away from their residential groups.
Lee Berger of the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa) has discovered a new species of early human ancestor in one of the best-preserved skeletons of an hominid, dated around 1.
Clearly Peking Man was making and using tools in the cave, so at least for a time this hominid had the upper hand over the hyenas.
But it was also likely the hominid was helped by its neighbours, said the researchers, led by David Lordkipanidze from the Georgian State Museum in Tbilisi
For approximately three million years, hominids such as Australopithecus walked upright without resembling humans, so, the authors ask, what other activity suddenly transformed the hominid body?
This is where Archaeologists found the skull, mandible, pelvis, and leg bones of a tiny female hominid, a newly discovered relative of our ancestors in the sediments of a large limestone cave called Liang Bua.
A hominid is a member of the family that includes modern humans (Homo sapiens) and their extinct ancestors and cousins, but not apes.
An international team of researchers said it has found the oldest fossil of a hominid in Chad, estimated to be seven million years old.