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Paranthropus Boisei

Noun, 1. Australopithecus boisei - large-toothed hominid of eastern Africa; from 1 to 2 million years ago.

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Paranthropus boisei: Fifty years of evidence and analysis
Paranthropus; boisei; aethiopicus; human evolution; Africa. ABSTRACT. Paranthropus boisei is a hominin taxon with a distinctive cranial and dental morphology.
Testing the Taxonomic Integrity of Paranthropus boisei
Early Hominids
adolescent (see later) and the so called “black skull” (Paranthropus aethiopicus), a 2.
Diet of Paranthropus boisei in the
Jun 7, 2011 Diet of Paranthropus boisei in the early Pleistocene of East Africa. Thure E. Cerlinga,1, Emma Mbuab, Francis M.
Craniodental Variation in Paranthropus boisei: A Developmental
Paranthropus boisei; craniodental; taxonomy; coefficient of variation; species. ABSTRACT . Paranthropus boisei sensu stricto (hereafter referred to as P.

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Cum arătau strămoşii noştri GALERIE
Numele său ştiinţific este Paranthropus boisei, cu toate că a fost numit iniţial Zinjanthropus boisei, de unde şi porecla "Zinj". Descoperit de antropologul Mary Leakey, craniul, bine păstrat de altfel, avea cavitatea craniană mică.

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Paranthropus boisei - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paranthropus boisei
Paranthropus boisei lived about 2.3 to 1.2 million years ago.
Paranthropus boisei – Mary Leakey's big find
Paranthropus boisei is known from fossils ranging from 2.6 to 1.1 million years in age.
Paranthropus boisei essay | Becoming Human
Paranthropus boisei
Paranthropus boiseii had a skull high specialized for heavy chewing. Boisei inhabited the dry savannah grasslands of Eastern Africa during a period from 2.

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