Are you guys interested in Human evolution and history?1,324 Views12 RepliesAdd A Reply
Of course, this forum is not the subject but I want to ask a Question, are you guys interested in human evolution and history, and can I sometimes discuss this kind of topic? For me, I am more interested in human evolution than dinosaurs.
Definitely, I study human evolution in High School for a social studies project... unfortunately living in the south denied me of getting anyone interested in seeing my project.
Back when I was studying human evolution there were three genus of humans, now there is like six or seven. Most of them were apemen or near apemen and only one was clearly human.
Sahelanthropus (7 Ma)
Orrorin (6 Ma)
Ardipithecus (5.5–4.4 Ma)
Australopithecus (4-1.8 Ma)
Kenyanthropus (3-2.7 Ma)
Paranthropus (3-1.2 Ma)
Homo (2.8-present day)
I have a huge interest in primates (specifically lemurs and great apes), so I'm definitely interested in early human evolution and the evolution of primates in general.
Primates and Rodents shared a common ancestor roughly around 70-60 Million Years ago
Wow, you guys really like human evolution? I didn't know that.
Xenotaris I needed to search for Orrorin, Sahelanthrophus, Kenyanthropus, and Paranthropus on Google because I never heard of these species before and I can't believe you actually know that many species. All I know is Ardipithecus, Australopithecus, Homo Hablis, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens ( us right now), Neanderthal, and Homo Floresiensis.
SasquaDash and HinikunaGoji, Cool. So I can sometimes discuss this right?
I studied human evolution for a social studies project and watched alot of documentaries.
Yes, Its a welcoming topic