Human Origins: How Hominids Evolved (Infographic) By Ross Toro, Infographic Artist   |   April 21, 2014

Human Origins: How Hominids Evolved (Infographic)

Human Origins: How Hominids Evolved (Infographic) By Ross Toro, Infographic Artist April 2014

Evolution Tree of Hominids and Homo Sapiens. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Complete Human Evolution Evidence Database Paranthropus boisei…

The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial ...

The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

Sahelanthropus tchadensis This species was named in 2002 from fossils discovered in Central Africa. It is the oldest known hominid/near-hominid species, dated between 6 and 7 million years old. It is not known whether it was bipedal. It has Primitive apelike features, a very small brain size, brow ridges and small canine teeth. It comes from around the time when the hominids are thought to have diverged from chimpanzees which suggests it's close to the common ancestor of humans and…

A human evolution timeline chart of the important fossils in human evolution. The smooth continuity of change and location is, unfortunately for those who wish humans had not evolved.

The engraving that shows the foetal mummy (curiously found in the English translation but not in the Spanish original) does not depict the extreme of cranial deformation that Childress claims is genetic in origin: while the skull appears dolichocephalic, it appears to be entirely in the range of normal human foetuses. the engraving does not show a foetus in a natural position, but in the position of a typical Andean mummy. It also appears to be wearing a kilt.

The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

The engraving that shows the foetal mummy (curiously found in the English translation but not in the Spanish original) does not depict the extreme of cranial deformation that Childress claims is genetic in origin: while the skull appears dolichocephalic, it appears to be entirely in the range of normal human foetuses. the engraving does not show a foetus in a natural position, but in the position of a typical Andean mummy. It also appears to be wearing a kilt.

An artist's reconstruction of Homo georgicus. Image courtesy of Wikicommons

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Reconstruction of the Homo erectus georgicus fossil Dmanisi skull believed to be about million years old, discovered at the Oldowan site of Dmanisi. Reconstruction by Élisabeth Daynès at the Musée de Préhistoire in Quinson, France

The Paracas Skull: Aliens, Unknown Hominid Species or Simply Cranial Deformation - Nice article on how the "controversy" of the Paracas skulls has been distorted and that much of what you read online is false

The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

Alien Remains in Antarctica, Three new elongated skulls uncovered in Antarctica. Aliens in Antartica.

New hominid species may have been neighbor to famed 'Lucy' - CSMonitor.com

New hominid species may have been neighbor to famed 'Lucy'

Meet Australopithecus deyiremeda, a previously unknown human ancestor species who lived alongside Lucy’s species, Australopithecus afarensis, in Ethiopia o

Peking Man A series of fossils from a hominid species named Homo erectus pekinensis (more popularly known as Peking Man) were excavated in the 1920s and 1930s at Zhoukoudian cave in China. They dated back about half a million years. In 1937, Japanese troops invaded China; in 1941, the fossils were packed into crates in an attempt to ship them to safety in the United States. What happened afterward is unclear, but many scholars believe that the fossils were lost en route to America.

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LUCY’S RELATIVE  Fossils discovered in Ethiopia, including this partial upper jaw with teeth, come from a hominid species that lived alongside Lucy’s species between 3.5 million and 3.3 million years ago, researchers say.  ~~ Y. Haile-Selassie

Fossils suggest another hominid species lived near Lucy

LUCY’S RELATIVE Fossils discovered in Ethiopia, including this partial upper jaw with teeth, come from a hominid species that lived alongside Lucy’s species between million and million years ago, researchers say.

Three Paracas Necropolis Culture skulls, showing different shapes produced by head binding

The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial .

Oldest Footprint Ever Found  This fossil footprint found near Ileret, Kenya, is 1.5 million years old. These footprints are the oldest ever found of the human genus.

Oldest Footprint Ever Found. This fossil footprint found near Ileret, Kenya and is million years old. These footprints are the oldest ever found of the human genus

Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis) - was named after listening to "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" by the Beatles when she was discovered by Donald Johanson and Tom Gray.

Lucy, an Australopithecus afarensis skeleton discovered 24 November 1974 in the Awash Valley of Ethiopia's Afar Depression

A Paracas skull: note the dimple toward the top of the head, which is a product of head-binding, depressing the suture between the parietal plates that Brien Foerster claims does not exist

The Paracas skulls: aliens, an unknown hominid species or cranial deformation?

A Paracas skull: note the dimple toward the top of the head, which is a product of head-binding, depressing the suture between the parietal plate. Head binding is a form of body alteration in which.

Australopithecus Garhi: hominid species with characteristics different from those typically seen in Australopithecus afarensis and Australopithecus africanus.

◯ Australopithecus africanus by paleoartist Viktor Deak

So far we have unearthed fossil evidence from more than 20 different human-like species, known as hominins, who are more closely related to humans than any of the apes alive today.     Meet some of our oldest relatives below and discover what insights they can provide about our own evolution.

From left to right, reconstructions of Australopithecus ramidus, early and late Homo erectus, Homo heidelbergensis, a Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis) and a modern human (Homo sapiens).

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