Early man single species - Human evolution - Wikipedia


Lead researcher David Lordkipanidze, director of the Georgian National Museum, described the group as "the richest and most complete collection of indisputable early Homo remains from any one site."

Within the Hominoidea (apes) superfamily, the Hominidae family diverged from the Hylobatidae (gibbon) family some 15–20 million years ago; African great apes (subfamily Homininae ) diverged from orangutans ( Ponginae ) about 14  million years ago ; the Hominini tribe (humans, Australopithecines and other extinct biped genera, and chimpanzee ) parted from the Gorillini tribe (gorillas) between 9  million years ago and 8  million years ago ; and, in turn, the subtribes Hominina (humans and biped ancestors) and Panina (chimps) separated about  million years ago to  million years ago . [4]


Early man single species

Early man single species