Australopithecus Afarensis Bipedalism
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- The first hominids evolved some 3 or 4 million years ago, and so we have only limited means of determining how they evolved. Although human evolution is an important phase of the history of religion, the evolution of humans in itself is more a matter of...
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- Pics: Our heritage on display
- Mrs Ples was an Australopithecus Africanus, which were ape-like, but different from other great apes of the past and today in that their powerful jaws contained smaller canines - though they were still larger than a human's.
- Dietary changes shaped the evolutionary paths of pro humans
- The new study does not directly address whether Australopithecus sediba is indeed a close evolutionary relative of early Homo, but it does provide further evidence that dietary changes were shaping the evolutionary paths of early humans. ...
- Ancient foot bones from a recently discovered pre-human species, which had
- Although Lucy and her kin were bipedal, there is debate about how much they depended on life in trees. Now scientists also have fossils of a hitherto unknown species of hominin that lived about the same time and place as Australopithecus afarensis.
- Who is Lucy the Australopithecus and why was Barack Obama allowed to touch
- Lucy's species, known as Australopithecus afarensis, is believed to have lived between 3 million and 4 million years ago, and is the closest primate to the Homo genus.
- Dancing Dinosaurs Twisted and Turned to Attract Mates
- The researchers believe that some of the marks represent evidence of mating rituals among a species of dinosaur called Acrocanthosaurus, a large, predatory species of bipedal theropod that could grow up to 38 feet long and weigh as much as 6.8 tons.
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