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  Human Ancestors Hall: Homo sapiens
The widest part of the skull is high on the skull, as opposed to earlier Homo erectus and H.
The origin of modern Homo sapiens is not yet resolved.
According to the first, the distribution of anatomical traits in modern human populations in different regions was inherited from local populations of Homo erectus and intermediate "archaic" forms.
anthropology.si.edu /humanorigins/ha/sap.htm   (375 words)

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 Long Foreground - Species Timeline - Homo sapiens sapiens - 1
Shown beside the skull are some characteristic tools of Homo sapiens sapiens, all from East or South Africa: a bola for throwing at small game, flake tools, and a long flake blade and the core from which such blades have been struck.
Above center is a skull of "Cro-Magnon man" from Les Eysie, France, approximately 28,000 years old (Homo sapiens sapiens moved into Europe around 35,000 years ago at the latest).
sapiens sapiens skull is smaller and more compact and the face is much less elongated than the Neanderthal; the modern human skull has a higher forehead, less prominent brow-ridges and smaller teeth.
www.wsu.edu:8001 /vwsu/gened/learn-modules/top_longfor/timeline/h-sapiens-sapiens/h-sapiens-sapiens-a.html   (215 words)

 Homo sapiens
Skeletal remains are found throughout all of Africa, and all of it is usually considered H. sapiens, though not all is considered anatomically modern human.
However, the case for calling this specimen modern H. sapiens is probably as strong as African (Klasies River Mouth) and West Asian (Qafzeh) samples of almost half the age of Jinniushan.
Bräuer, G. "The 'Afro-European sapiens hypothesis' and hominid evolution in East Asia during the late Middle and Upper Pleistocene." In The Early Evolution of Man, with Special Emphasis on Southeast Asia and Africa, ed.
www.archaeologyinfo.com /homosapiens.htm   (7089 words)

 Long Foreground - Species Timeline - Homo sapiens - 1
The surviving physical evidence, from skulls such as these, suggests that the transition from Homo erectus to Homo sapiens, the earliest forms of our own species, occurred approximately 300,000 to 400,000 years ago.
At the same time, more detail begins to be preserved in the fossil record, such as wooden tools and weapons which give evidence of a hunting life-style.
The skull shown at far left, approximately 300,000 years old, was found near Petralona in north- eastern Greece and is the most complete find of early (or archaic) Homo sapiens.
www.wsu.edu:8001 /vwsu/gened/learn-modules/top_longfor/timeline/h-sapiens/h-sapiens-a.html   (210 words)

 Homo sapiens (archaic)
Their brain size increased and their skull encasing also became more rounded than the skull of the Homo erectus(2).
This is a very interesting observation for this sector of the brain is responsible for planning and reasoning, movements of limbs, speech, as well as social conduct, which modern day humans are much more advanced in (1).
The social life of the Homo sapien (archaic) is still quite vague for not many clues have been found at this point.
www.msu.edu /~robin400/sapiensarchaic.html   (244 words)

 Homo Sapiens
Posteriormente, los 'Homo sapiens' modernos, hace unos 40.000 años, volvieron a obtener el mismo aclaramiento de la piel y del pelo con otra mutación que daba el mismo resultado.
Para asegurarse de que el material que analizaban era de neandertal y no de Homo sapiens -que podría haber contaminado los fósiles por accidente-, los investigadores seleccionaron en distintos cromosomas partes específicas de ADN neandertal con unas características distintas a los de los sapiens.
Pero los Homo sapiens no sólo han perdido la exclusividad del lenguaje, sino que quizás tengan que compartir esta facultad con otras especies humanas a parte de con los neandertales.
homoysapiens.blogspot.com   (1635 words)

 The world's top Human websites
Humans (Homo sapiens) are a species of Great Ape and the only surviving species of the genus Homo.
The closest living evolutionary relatives to humans are the two species of chimpanzee Pan troglodytes ("common chimp") and Pan paniscus ("pygmy chimp" or "Bonobo"), and to a lesser degree other hominoids such as orangutans and gorillas.
Homo neanderthalensis, Homo erectus) were also adept tool makers and there is some evidence that they may have had linguistic skills.
www.websbiggest.com /dir-wiki.cfm/Human   (2087 words)

 Homo Sapiens - Hominidés
Depuis 120 000 ans Homo Sapiens a bien sur évolué.
Dans le passé, la classification séparait l'espèce Homo sapiens en 2 sous espèces : les Homo sapiens neanderthalensis et les Homo sapiens sapiens...
Au vue des dernières études, il n'y a pas de rapport de descendance entre les Homo sapiens et les néandertaliens...
www.hominides.com /html/ancetres/ancetres-homo-sapiens.html   (717 words)

 Jean Michel Billaut: Homo Sapiens 2.0
On pense que vers l'an 2.020 nous aurons des modèles de fonctionnement complet du cerveau de l'homo sapiens sapiens (estimation jugée conservatrise par les quelques spécialistes de la chose).
Je pense que l'Homo sapiens sapiens va être fortement impacté par les technologies qu'il a lui-même inventé.
Nous en sommes, toute proportion gardée, dans la même situation que Galilée qui a démontré avec son pote Copernic que la Terre, notre vaisseau cosmique, n'était pas le centre du mondre (l'homo sapiens sapiens, trés orgueilleux a une facheuse tendance à se croire le centre du monde)...
billaut.typepad.com /jm/homo_sapiens_20   (1561 words)

 Hominidés - Préhistoire - Homme en évolution de Toumai à Homo Sapiens
Tous les hominidés - Toumaï - Lucy - Georgicus - Floresiensis - Néanderthal - Erectus - Sapiens - Habilis - Paranthopus - Australopithecus - Abel.
Deux humanités ont cohabité pendant plusieurs milliers d'années : Homo sapiens et Homo néandertalensis.
L'étude de l'ADN de Néandertal fait apparaître la présence du gène FOXP2 identique à celui d'Homo sapiens.
www.hominides.com   (1019 words)

 Skulls of Oldest Homo sapiens Recovered: Scientific American
The three skulls--belonging to two adults and a six- to seven-year-old child--share a number of traits in the face and braincase with modern humans.
But slight differences in the morphology convinced the scientists to assign the fossils to a subspecies, Homo sapiens idaltu.
sapiens arose as a new species between 150,000 and 200,000 years ago in Africa and subsequently replaced archaic humans such as the Neanderthals.
www.sciam.com /article.cfm?chanID=sa003&articleID=00093AD5-7E13-1EE7-A6B8809EC588EEDF   (592 words)

 Fossil Reanalysis Pushes Back Origin of Homo sapiens: Scientific American
A new analysis of human remains first discovered in 1967 suggests that they are in fact much older than previously believed.
The remains include two partial skulls as well as arm, leg, foot and pelvis bones for Omo I. "Anthropologists said they looked very different in their evolutionary status," remarks study co-author Frank Brown of the University of Utah.
"Omo I appeared to be essentially modern Homo sapiens and Omo II appeared to be more primitive." At the time, the bones were dated to 130,000 years ago, based on radioactive decay of uranium and thorium from oyster shells found nearby.
www.sciam.com /article.cfm?chanID=sa003&articleID=00053DFE-C0B7-1213-80B783414B7F0000   (622 words)

 Homo sapiens
Here, we are looking at ourselves, Homo sapiens.
such technological breakthroughs would lead to others, allowing Homo sapiens to take over and inhabit nearly every ecological niche on the planet.
~Unable to determine if is Neanderthal or Sapiens specimen
www.msu.edu /~heslipst/contents/ANP440/sapiens.htm   (287 words)

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