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Hominid_Skull-Sahelenthropus_tchandensis-Toumai_001.jpg by NCSSMphotos, via Flickr

Hominid_Skull-Sahelenthropus_tchandensis-Toumai_001.jpg by NCSSMphotos, via Flickr

Human Evolution, Anthropology, Archaeology, Fossil, Anthropologie

Human Evolution, Origins, Fossil

Hominid_Skull-Kenyanthropus_platyops_KNM-WT-40000_001.jpg by NCSSMphotos, via Flickr

Hominid_Skull-Kenyanthropus_platyops_KNM-WT-40000_001.jpg by NCSSMphotos, via Flickr

Human Evolution, Archaeology, Fossils

Australopithecus bahrelghazali (especie de Australopithecus) único encontrado fuera de África oriental. Recibe su nombre del oasis de Bahr-el-Ghazal, en Chad. Situado entre 4 y 3 m.a.

Australopithecus bahrelghazali (especie de Australopithecus) único encontrado fuera de África oriental. Recibe su nombre del oasis de Bahr-el-Ghazal, en Chad. Situado entre 4 y 3 m.a.

Versatile eater  KNM-ER 406 is a nearly complete adult male Paranthropus boisei. It has the facial and cranial features typical of the species such as massive cheek teeth, and the widely flaring zygomatic arches with a forward placed connection to the other facial bones, and large cheek bones supported powerful chewing muscles - the latter two features giving it a dish-shaped face. Other muscles extended from his jaw to the sagittal crest at the top of his head. The cranial capacity of this…

Paranthropus boisei, KNM-ER 406 - Site: Koobi Fora, Kenya Date of discovery: 1969 Discovered by: Richard Leakey and H. Mutua Age: About million years old Species: Paranthropus boisei.

Australopithecus africanus - 3,5-2,5 millones de años de antigüedad. Sudráfrica. Raymond Dart (1925).

Australopithecus africanus - 3,5-2,5 millones de años de antigüedad. Sudráfrica. Raymond Dart (1925).

Australopithecus Africanus: Pliocene rocker, sib to Robustus. AKA African Darter, after anatomist who discovered. Not as good at crosswords as his big brother, but a fave at parties.

Australopithecus Africanus: Pliocene rocker, sib to Robustus. AKA African Darter, after anatomist who discovered. Not as good at crosswords as his big brother, but a fave at parties.

Human Evolution, Fossils

Paranthropus robustus - SK-48

Paranthropus robustus was first discovered by Dr. Robert Broom in South Africa…

Human Evolution, Fossils

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