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- 35mm slide: 11330
- Date of Photo
- World Region
- Old World
- Advanced Australopithecus: Distinguished from the early australopithicenes by his increased canial capacity, advanced Australopithecus was a contemporary of Paranthropus. Primitive tools have been found with both, but whether one or the other or both produced them remains unsettled; and Homo Erectus:The first man of our genus, homo erectus is modern of limb but more primitive of hand and brain, with a cranial capacity extending only into the lower ra
- Image Categories
- Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine
- Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus
- Text/Graphic/Model: Reconstruction
- Source Type Detail
- Book Citation: "Early Man," by F. Clark Howell and the Editors of LIFE; p. 43 and 44. New York: Time Inc., 1965.
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