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  1. Ardipithecus Ramidus
    • Earliest 1994
    • Tim White
    • 4.4 Million Years Ago
    • Human-Like Traits
    • Aswash River
  2. Australopithecus Anamensis
    • Meave Leakey
    • Transitional Teeth
    • Bipedal
    • 4.2-3.9 Million Years Ago
    • Lake Turkana
  3. Australopithecus Afarensis
    • Donald Johanson
    • Lucy
    • Bipedal
    • Gracile
    • 3.9-3 Million Years Ago
    • Hadar and Laetoli
  4. Australopithecus Africanus
    • Taung found by Raymond Dart
    • Sterkfontein found by Robert Broom
    • Bipedal
    • Short Canines
    • Gracile
    • 3.3-2.5 Million Years Ago
  5. Paranthropus Aethiopicus
    • Alan Walker
    • Earliest Robust
    • First Sagittal Crest
    • Reminiscent of Anamensis
    • 2.5 Million Years Ago
    • Lake Turkana
  6. Paranthropus Robustus
    • Robert Broom
    • Kromdraai and Swartkrans
    • Robust
    • Sagittal Crest
    • 2-1.2 Million Years Ago
  7. Paranthropus Boisei
    • Louis and Meave Leakey
    • Robust
    • Sagittal Crest
    • 2.3-1.2 Million Years Ago
    • Olduvai
  8. Australopithecus Garhi
    • Questionable
    • Varient of Aferensis or Africanus
    • 2.5 Million Years Ago
    • Middle Aswash
  9. Homo Rudolphensis
    • Omnivorous
    • 56% Brain Size
    • 2.4-1.9 Million Years Ago
    • East Africa
  10. Homo Habilis
    • Louis, Mary, and Richard Leakey
    • Made Stone Tools
    • 2.2-1.6 Million Years Ago
    • Olduvia Gorge and Lake Turkana
  11. Homo Ergaster
    • Workman
    • Africa
    • Omnivorous
    • 74% Brain Size
    • 1.6 Million Years ago developed hand axes
    • Lived 1.9 Million - 600,000 Years ago
  12. Homo Erectus
    • Upright Man
    • Asia
    • 1.8 Million - 30,000 Years ago
    • Omnivorous
    • 74% Brain Size
  13. Homo Heidelburgensis
    • Africa and Europe
    • Omnivorous
    • 93% Brain Size
    • 600,000-200,000 Years Ago
  14. Homo Neanderthalensis
    • Discovered in 1856
    • Broad, Slightly Short and Strong Body
    • Buried Dead
    • First awareness of life and death
    • 200,000-30,000 Years Ago
    • Europe and West Asia
  15. Homo Sapians
    • Lighter Build of Skeleton
    • Large Brains
    • High Vaulted Cranium
    • 130,000-Present
    • Africa

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