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Australopithecines

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  • noun Plural form of Australopithecine.

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  • What if the extinct species which anthropologists call Australopithecines and the early forms of our own genus (Homo) were just as much a part of God's creation as the woolly mammoth and the modern lion?

    Stanley Knick, Ph.D.: Jesus and the Evolution of the Species

  • Based on the scans of the inner ear, the scientist who investigated the skull of the Australopithecus writes, “Among the fossil hominids, the Australopithecines show great-ape-like proportions.”

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Based on the scans of the inner ear, the scientist who investigated the skull of the Australopithecus writes, “Among the fossil hominids, the Australopithecines show great-ape-like proportions.”

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Based on the scans of the inner ear, the scientist who investigated the skull of the Australopithecus writes, “Among the fossil hominids, the Australopithecines show great-ape-like proportions.”

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Based on the scans of the inner ear, the scientist who investigated the skull of the Australopithecus writes, “Among the fossil hominids, the Australopithecines show great-ape-like proportions.”

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Taken together, the partial skeletons made public so far combine primitive characteristics of the burly, small-brained predecessors to the human family, known generally as Australopithecines, and advanced features more typical of the modern genus Homo, the broad family classification that encompasses the direct ancestors of modern humankind.

    Fossil Discovery Offers New Look at Evolution

  • Taken together, the partial skeletons made public so far combine primitive characteristics of the burly, small-brained predecessors to the human family, known generally as Australopithecines, and advanced features more typical of the modern genus Homo, the broad family classification that encompasses the direct ancestors of modern humankind.

    New Face in Human Family Tree

  • That is, that this whole genus, the Australopithecines, display a set of characteristics intermediate between apes and humans.

    Creationist vs. creationist on Homo habilis - The Panda's Thumb

  • Taken together, the partial skeletons made public so far combine primitive characteristics of the burly, small-brained predecessors to the human family, known generally as Australopithecines, and advanced features more typical of the modern genus Homo, the broad family classification that encompasses the direct ancestors of modern humankind.

    New Face in Human Family Tree

  • Taken together, the partial skeletons made public so far combine primitive characteristics of the burly, small-brained predecessors to the human family, known generally as Australopithecines, and advanced features more typical of the modern genus Homo, the broad family classification that encompasses the direct ancestors of modern humankind.

    New Face in Human Family Tree

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