noun Anthropology, Zoology.
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That makes the older chimp lineage a closer relative of early hominids.Ardi may have been more chimplike than initially thought — or not|Bruce Bower|February 24, 2021|Science News
These new models of how ancient thumbs worked underscore the slowness of hominid hand evolution, says paleoanthropologist Matthew Tocheri of Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Canada.Humanlike thumb dexterity may date back as far as 2 million years ago|Bruce Bower|January 28, 2021|Science News
These changes heralded a series of booms and busts in the resources hominids needed to survive, Potts and his colleagues report October 21 in Science Advances.
Around that time, hominids at a site called Olorgesailie in what’s now Kenya transformed their culture.
Widely scattered hominid groups began to trade with one another to obtain suitable toolmaking rock and other resources.
Fossils, skulls, and hominid exhibitions throughout the caves are quite something.
Last Sunday, 60 Minutes aired a remarkable story about the discovery of two hominid fossils in South Africa.
If so, it is certainly not chimpanzee nor close to the Apes, but decidedly hominid.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells