Homo habilis

Explore the origins of Homo habilis, one of the earliest known species of humans. Uncover their unique characteristics and contributions to human evolution in this informative guide.
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Primal Apes, also known as the Ape Men or Wild Men, were an ancient race of hominid believed to have gone extinct some time after the expulsion of humans from the Garden of Eden. Primal Apes inhabited the Earth long even before the Antediluvian epoch as well as before the arrival of mankind, living alongside dinosaurs as they built primitive civilizations of hundreds of individuals across the globe. They were also said to have inhabited the Earth alongside a host of ancient beings that have…

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The evolution from our closest non-human ancestor to present day humans is one with many transitions. Some of these transitions are widely agreed upon by the scientific community while others are shrouded in frustrating darkness. Below are the ten species that have added the most to our lineage, some adding seemingly simple advances like walking

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Homo habilis, ( Latin: “able man” or “handy man”) extinct species of human, the most ancient representative of the human genus, Homo. H. habilis inhabited parts of sub-Saharan Africa from perhaps 2 to 1.5 million years ago (mya). In 1959 and 1960 the first fossils were discovered at Olduvai Gorge in northern Tanzania. This discovery was a turning point in the science of paleoanthropology because the oldest previously known human fossils were Asian specimens of Homo erectus. Many features of H. h Human Fossils, Homo Habilis, Extinct Species, Photo Booth Business, Human Evolution, Early Humans, Great Ape, Extinct Animals, Charles Darwin

Homo habilis, extinct species of human, the most ancient member of the human genus. It inhabited parts of sub-Saharan Africa from roughly 2.4 to 1.5 million years ago. Many of its features appear to be intermediate between the relatively primitive Australopithecus and the more-advanced Homo species.

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Homo habilis, extinct species of human, the most ancient member of the human genus. It inhabited parts of sub-Saharan Africa from roughly 2.4 to 1.5 million years ago. Many of its features appear to be intermediate between the relatively primitive Australopithecus and the more-advanced Homo species.

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Jillian Reed