HUMAN 97% to 100% wonderful family
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We humans are apes too, or apes are humans too, you decide! Amazing that we share 97 - 98% of our genes with those gentle giants, far more civilized than we are: our destructive powers know no limits. Biologically humans are an ape gone crazy!!! My opinion. Plus the board shows our ancestors, finds and reconstructions.
Human Origins: How Hominids Evolved (Infographic) By Ross Toro, Infographic Artist   |   April 21, 2014

Human Origins: How Hominids Evolved (Infographic)

Human Origins: How Hominids Evolved (Infographic) By Ross Toro, Infographic Artist April 2014

Homo erectus and Arctodus in North America by Velizar Simeonovski

"The people were quite involved in their labor so they did not even have a chance to notice the approaching predator.

Homo antecessor de Atapuerca | érase una vez Niels H. Abel y Evariste Galois

Homo antecessor de Atapuerca

One day we might sequence even older species like Homo heidelbergensis (Credit: Credit: S.Entressangle/E.Daynes/SPL)

Human evolution was shaped by interbreeding

One day we might sequence even older species like Homo heidelbergensis (Credit: Credit: S.Entressangle/E.

Homo Heidelbergensis | Reconstrucción de Homo Heidelbergensis - Kennis & Kennis ...

Homo Heidelbergensis | Reconstrucción de Homo Heidelbergensis - Kennis & Kennis ...

Homo helmei.  (Irhud 1).  Reconstrucción Oleg Osipov hecho específicamente para…

Homo helmei. (Irhud 1). Reconstrucción Oleg Osipov hecho específicamente para…

400,000-year-old human DNA adds new tangle to our origin story - NBC News.com

Oldest Human DNA Reveals Mysterious Branch of Humanity- oldest known human DNA found yet reveals human evolution was even more confusing than before thought, researchers say.

Recreation of a group of Homo heidelbergensis, based on the remains found in the Sima of the Bones.

Mauricio Anton: Recreation of a group of Homo heidelbergensis, based on the remains found in the Sima of the Bones.

Scientists have long debated the question of when Neanderthals became extinct, and what kind of contact they might have had with modern humans. Now, an analysis of more than 40 archaeological sites provides the most definitive answer yet.

New Study Suggests Neanderthals and Humans Co-Existed for Millennia

Stefano Ricci - Ice Age Europeans around 35,000 years ago

Impression of one of the Ice Age modern humans analyzed. (Stefano Ricci) Ice Age Europeans had some serious drama going on, according to their genomes - The Washington Post

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