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Meganthropus

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'Giants' in the land: an assessment of Gigantopithecus and
me in the literature: Australopithecus, Plesi- anthropus
thopithecus, Meganthropus, Pithecanthropus,. Sinanthropus, Africanthropus, Javanthropus, Pale- oanthropus, Europanthropus, and several others.
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"Meganthropus" are here described in detail for the first time.
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Des géants verts aux géant grecs…
Les quelques fossiles des plus grands hominidés (meganthropus paleojavanicus) ou des singes (gigantopithèque) n'atteignent jamais de telles dimensions. L'homme de Cro-Magon, considéré comme très grand, ne mesurait que 180 centimètres.

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Meganthropus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Meganthropus is a name commonly given to several large jaw and skull fragments from Sangiran, Central Java.
'Giants' in the land: an assessment of Gigantopithecus and
Often the names Meganthropus and Gigantopithecus are mentioned as supporting evidence that giants lived in the past.
Ooparts & Ancient High Technology--Giants in Those Days
(Photo: Meganthropus teeth on the left, modern man's on the right) appearing remains of Meganthropus and Gigantopithecus were those of man or ape.
H Erectus (=Meganthropus) Mandible Fragment - YouTube
May 15, 2008 Homo Erectus (=Meganthropus) mandible fragment from Sangiran, Java.
The Lord Geekington: Meganthropus in popular culture
May 22, 2007 I've been wanting to write about Meganthropus for a long time (see here) and I think it is time to finally sit down and finish this project.

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