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... either be atop the page, or that Homo Sapiens should be a separate page w the ... fix to what is wrong biologically with "Homo sapiens." I would agree with you that there ... to write a whole new page on Homo sapiens which would focus on what ...
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... 40, 7 Jul 2004 (UTC) "Human" vs "Homo sapiens" This article seems to be entirely about the biological "Homo sapiens". I think a little bit of disambiguation ... in order: is "Human" really equivalent to "Homo sapiens"? This is not a political ...
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Human evolution
... of human evolution, refers to the genus Homo, but studies of human evolution usually include ... be the immediate ancestors of the genus Homo, the group to which modern humans belong. Both australopithecines and Homo sapiens are part of the tribe Hominini, but ... 0 till:200000 at:500000 text:H. sapiens bar:bar4 from:2300000 till:2600000 ...
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Talk:Human evolution
... from the "simian" pliopithecus to the human "homo sapiens sapiens" with demihuman and humanoid links between these ... the human evolution and the evolution of Homo sapiens, why I think its incorrect to ...
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Talk:Human/Archive 19
... Seeing as it was chosen to represent Homo sapiens to any other life forms that may ... begins in the Encyclopedia Britannica online: (species Homo sapiens), a bipedal primate mammal that is anatomically ... say, "Humans are, biologically speaking, the species Homo sapiens, a bipedal primate.... Culturally speaking, ...
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Neandertaler   (translated from German)
... of a Neandertalerin That Neandert(h)aler (Homo neanderthalensis) belongs to Gattung Homo and became after that Neandertal Mettmann (between ... find from the Neandertal with Duesseldorf as Homo neanderthalensis designated. Apart from the more common scientific designation Homo neanderthalensis is also the name Homo sapiens neanderthalensis still common, the one ...
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... gives the opportunity to discuss the less homo-centric findings of science. You can't ... from modern humans, H. habilus, erectus, and sapiens all form one lineage. Also, all three species used tools, not just H. sapiens. I think this addition can be edited ... NPOV) that the distinguishing characteristic of H. sapiens is that we're the only species ... of English and simple titles of articles. Homo sapiens can be introduced in the ...
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... 2002 (UTC) I moved the article to Homo neanderthalensis to end the confusion and to bring it in line with Homo sapiens and the other homo (genus). This page now is a disamb ... has done no research on early H. sapiens and is in no way an ...
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Prehistory   (translated from German)
... of Cults and art in Europe. Hominidenarten: Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo sapiens praesapiens, Homo heidelbergensis, Homo neandertalensis, toward end Homo ...
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... in human evolution and are often called "homo mutatus" (''Homo sapiens mutatus'') as opposed to "homo sapiens" (''Homo sapiens sapiens''). However, this is ... (Uncyclopedia.org wiki)
... in human evolution and are often called "homo mutatus" (''Homo sapiens mutatus'') as opposed to "homo sapiens" (''Homo sapiens sapiens''). However, this is ...
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