Explaining the Emergence of Humans

Thursday, August 21, 2003
  OK, seems to be working now, so we'll give it a go! (I'm not sure whether the archives will work though). Oh, and I DO hate CSS!

I'm not expecting to be doing all that much of this course for a while, but here's a starter!

HumanMembers of the genus Homo
HominidMembersof the family Hominidae (humans and australopithecines)
HominoidMembers of the superfamily Hominoidea (hominoids and apes)
AnthropoidMembers of the suborder Anthropoidea (monkeys, apes and hominids)
ApeMembers of the family Pongidae (great apes) and the family Hylobatidae (gibbons)
AustralpothecineMembers of the extinct hominid genera Australopithecus, Paranthropus and Ardipithecus
Anatomically modern humansMembers of the hominid species Homo sapiens
  This is about the millionth time I've tried to publish this! 
  I'm not sure what's going on here - but this doesn't appear to be working! 
  Today, my S292 materials arrived and I decided to use a blogger, instead of a diary, to keep track of it. 
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Journal of Human Evolution

Smithsonian Institution Human Origins Program : in search of what makes us human

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