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aus·tra·lo·pith·e·cine (ô-str l -p th -s n , -s n ). n.

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Describe the various Australopithecines in some detail. • Discuss possible phylogenetic relationships among the Australopithecines.
Petite bodies of the "robust" australopithecines
25 australopithecines gracile and robust.jpg
these defining features suggest an “australopithecine adaptation" of species inhabiting Color the incisors and canines in the two australopithecines.
Does Allometry Expiain the Differences Between Gracile“ and
pithecinc, A. ofricontts, and two 'robust' australopithecine taxa, A. boisci and A.
Were Australopithecines Ape– Human Intermediates or Just Apes
Mainstream scientists often claim that australopithecines such as the hand, creationists reject evolution and claim that australopithecines are “just apes.

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Cooking a Giant Leap in Human Evolution: Homo Erectus the First Chefs
Your Turn — Aug. 10, 2011
Rather than discussing the eating habits of australopithecines or the possible connections between modern birds and theropod dinosaurs, our children will discuss whether to believe in science or religious dogma.
Sing me back home
Why does one refuse to refer to the australopithecines as human?

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Australopithecine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term australopithecine refers generally to any species in the related genera Australopithecus or Paranthropus.
Australopithecus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Information on this hominid family that originated between 10 and 5 million years ago.
Creationist Arguments: Australopithecines
In 1950, Wilfred Le Gros Clark published a paper which definitively settled the question of whether the australopithecines were apes or not.

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