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  1. 04/07/2022 · the hominin ancestral line (modern humans, extinct human species and all our immediate ancestors including members of the genera homo, australopithecus, paranthropus and ardipithecus) and the ape line, including gorillas, diverged from one another about 8 mya (million years ago) and the hominin and pan (chimpanzee) lines diverge from one another …

  2. 30/06/2022 · At the beginning of its time range, around 1.9 Mya, H. erectus coexisted in East Africa with several other early human species including Homo rudolfensis, Homo habilis, and Paranthropus boisei. Sometimes they were even found at the same fossil sites.

  3. 04/07/2022 · The split between Paranthropus robustus and P. boisei is the most extreme example, differing by ~380,000 years from the mean value they report (18.18%).

  4. hace 6 días · The early fossils shown are not considered ancestors to Homo sapiens but are closely related to ancestors and are therefore important to the study of the lineage. After 1.5 million years ago (extinction of Paranthropus ), all fossils shown are human (genus Homo ).

  5. 24/06/2022 · Australopithecina or Hominina is a subtribe in the tribe Hominini. The members of the subtribe are generally Australopithecus ( cladistically including the genera Homo, Paranthropus, [4] and Kenyanthropus ), and it typically includes the earlier Ardipithecus, Orrorin, Sahelanthropus, and Graecopithecus.

  6. 04/07/2022 · Much of the fossil evidence for human evolution between 7 and 1 million years has been unearthed in the Turkana Basin. The hominids recovered include specimens Homo habilis, Homo rudolfensis, Homo erectus (sometimes referred to as Homo ergaster), Paranthropus boisei, Paranthropus aethiopicus, Australopithecus anamensis and Kenyanthropus platyops.

  7. 03/07/2022 · Paranthropus boisei, en bronsskulptur som ligger vid Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, bodde samtidigt som Homo erectus. Bill O'Leary / Washington Post / Getty Images. Bor mellan 2,3 miljoner och 1,4 miljoner år sedan över Tanzania, Etiopien och Kenya, Paranthropus boisei blomstrade i ca 1 miljon år.