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Hominid Timelines: Hominid Time Line: A colorful family tree, fossils, tools, use of fire, genetics and natural selection. Hominid Time Chart: To 60 mybp. Primate Speciation Rise of Hominids, timeline and group descriptions.

The classification of the great apes has been revised several times in the last few decades; these revisions have led to a varied use of the word “hominid” over time.The original meaning of the term referred to only humans and their closest relatives—what is now the modern meaning of the term “hominin”.

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Over the past half-decade, ancient DNA research has revealed some surprising aspects to our evolutionary history during the past 50,000 years.

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Java man: Java man, extinct hominin (member of the human lineage) known from fossil remains found on the island of Java, Indonesia. A skullcap and thighbone discovered by the Dutch anatomist and geologist Eugene Dubois in the early 1890s were the first known fossils of the species Homo erectus.

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Hominid definition, any member of the group consisting of all modern and extinct humans and great apes (including gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans) and all their immediate ancestors.

Ice people . 400,000. Homo neanderthalis Part 1 of 3. The story of Homo neanderthalis began with a chance discovery. In 1848, a strange skull was discovered on the British military outpost of Gibraltar.

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Hominid or hominin? Some scientists use a broader definition of Hominidae which includes the great apes, and instead call the group I am discussing “hominins”.

An overview of human evolution, summarizing current thinking and describing the fossil evidence for Australopithecus and Homo. Also refutes many creationist arguments about human evolution.

Linked from this page are documents summarizing the hominid fossil record and hypothesized lines of human evolution from 5 million years ago to the present.

By convention, the adjectival term “hominin” (or nominalized “hominins”) refers to the tribe Hominini, while the members of the Hominina subtribe (and thus all archaic human species) are referred to as “hominan” (“hominans”).