DNA sheds light on why largest lemurs disappeared: Giant lemurs' demise linked to size, low numbers
Homo habilis - KNM-ER 1813
Image of Neanderthal La Chapelle-aux-Saints, skull. Item Site: La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France Year of Discovery: 1908 Discovered by: Amadee and Jean Bouyssonie and L.
KNM-WT 17000 - Nickname: The Black Skull Site: West Turkana, Kenya Date of discovery: 1985 Discovered by: Alan Walker Age: About million years old Species: Paranthropus aethiopicus
Why Did Ancient Europeans Just Disappear 14,500 Years Ago?
Ancient DNA shows earliest European genomes weathered the Ice Age: Neanderthal interbreeding clues and a mystery human lineage
Almost complete skull of Paranthropus boisei. Features include sagittal and nuchal crests, a well-developed mastoid process, and a broad face. Brain size was around
year old Homo heidelbergensis skull found in Tautavel, France. The features of this cranium are most similar to much larger specimens of Homo heidelbergensis, its small size suggests that it is a female of this early human species.
Australopithecus Robustus: Dig that crazy supraorbital taurus! Likely good at crossword puzzles and Pictionary.
A New Explanation for ‘New’ Man
A New Explanation for ‘New’ Man "Studies undercut the decade-old discovery of a skeleton thought to be a previously unknown extinct species of humans, with one suggesting that Down syndrome was a factor in its size.