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  1. Paranthropus aethiopicus. Es la primera especie de este género (aparece hace aproximadamente 2,5 m.a). Poseía una cara especialmente maciza. Se considera que pudo dar origen paralelamente a las dos especies posteriores. Habitó en África Oriental. Paranthropus boisei. Tenía una apariencia más robusta.

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    Paranthropus were generalist feeders, but diet seems to have ranged dramatically with location. The South African P. robustus appears to have been an omnivore, with a diet similar to contemporaneous Homo [33] and nearly identical to the later H. ergaster , [61] and subsisted on mainly C4 savanna plants and C3 forest plants, which could indicate either seasonal shifts in diet or seasonal ...

  3. Because P. boisei and P. aethiopicus are both known from East Africa and P. aethiopicus is only confidently identified from the skull KNM WT 17000 and a few jaws and isolated teeth, it is debated if P. aethiopicus should be subsumed under P. boisei or if the differences stemming from archaicness justifies species distinction.

  4. In 1951 werd Paranthropus robustus door Sherwood Washburn and Bruce D. Patterson hernoemd tot een Australopithecus robustus. Dat bleef tot de jaren negentig een gangbare aanduiding, toen men weer terugkeerde naar Paranthropus. In 1974 vonden Donald Johanson en Yves Coppens in Hadar (Ethiopië), bij de rivier Sawah, een voor 45% compleet skelet.

  5. Since it had a smaller brain than the other robust species and it was early, aethiopicus is thought to be a transitional form from one of the gracile species that came before. It had an unusually large sagittal crest (shown below). Paranthropus robustus was a South African robust species that lived about 2.0-1.4

  6. 18/05/2018 · El hecho de no saber exactamente qué son los homínidos es una confusión muy frecuente. Repasamos las características biológicas de este grupo de especies.

  7. 30/06/2022 · While the exact number of early human species is debated, on this page are links to summaries of the early human species accepted by most scientists.

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