genus Homo

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Hominids, on the other hand, is a collective that refers to all the great apes taken together, which includes us and all other extinct species of the genus Homo, chimpanzees and bonobos, gorillas, and orangutans.
The discovery of a partial lower jaw in the Afar region of Ethiopia, announced on March 4, pushes the fossil record for the genus Homo to 2.
Fathers may have been central to infant survival during the Pleistocene (Lancaster & Lancaster, 1989; Lovejoy, 1981) and emergence of the genus Homo (Bribiescas, Ellison & Gray, 2012).
Early human precursors in the genus homo were quite fragile as biological entities.
This is the most important thing -- we are touching the earliest stages of genus homo and its lineage," Lordkipanidze said.
It may be that it should be considered the best candidate ancestor for early members of the genus homo.
Are you talking about the ancestors of the genus Homo, such as Australopithecus?
5m years ago: Genus Homo including humans arrive 325,000 years ago: Oldest human footprints made in Italy 250,000 years ago: Arrival of Neanderthals in Europe, Asia 195,000 years ago: Homo sapiens evolves 33,000 years ago: Last of Neanderthals 10,000 years ago: End of the last Ice Age 5,500 years ago: Stone Age ends, Bronze Age begins 4,000 to 3,500 BC: First civilisation in Mesopotamia
Homo erectus and all previous members of genus Homo were extinct by 70,000 years ago.
But they also have some of the advanced characteristics of the genus Homo, the category of classification to which modern humans belong (see Family Reunion, p.
In other words, humans, chimps and bonobos could one day all be grouped together within the genus Homo.
We are beginning to find out what an important part nature study in its manifold directions holds in our social life; and the more so, seeing that modern 'civilisation' is hostile to many forms of life not immediately bound up with that of the genus homo.
1 Major internal organ (5); 2 One, a, an, some (3); 3 Bipedal primate mammal of the genus Homo (5).
It generally has been recognized that Australopithecus lost apelike attributes and began standing upright and evidencing increased brain capacity before evolving into the genus Homo.
With a growing geological record of fossils that are less than two million years old, attention has shifted to the genus Homo.