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Homo Habilis Lived c. 2.33 - 1.44 million years ago.- Hominid Reconstructions Are A Blast From The Past (16 pics) - Orrazz

Homo Habilis Lived c. - million years ago.- Hominid Reconstructions Are A Blast From The Past pics) - Orrazz

"Jonny's Child": Homo habilis (Circa 2,400,000 BCE – 1,400,000 BCE) : HistoryofInformation.com

"Jonny's Child": Homo habilis (Circa 2,400,000 BCE – 1,400,000 BCE) : HistoryofInformation.com

HOMO HABILIS (Wikipedia.org) -- 'The Oldowan Toolmaker' (appx. 1.9 to 1.2 million years ago).

Homo habilis - forensic facial reconstruction - Homo habilis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Australopithecus robustus, homo habilis, homo erectus, homo sapiens neanderthalensis, homo sapiens sapiens all walking to show their height and structure, as well as diagrams of their brains above each with the cortex coloured, to show how the brain increased in size.

genus Homo for ~ million yrs, with the Homo habilis,the beginning of a long…

With all the buzz about Homo naledi, the newly discovered human ancestor, here’s some background that will help put it in context.

With all the buzz about Homo naledi, the newly discovered human ancestor, here’s some background that will help put it in context. Source by momoodaballa Commenti commenti

Homo-habilis, Homo-erectus, Neanderthal - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

Homo-habilis, Homo-erectus, Neanderthal - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

L 'evoluzione dell'uomo Di Maio Gigi Australopiteco Homo Habilis>

L 'evoluzione dell'uomo Di Maio Gigi Australopiteco Homo Habilis>

Homo habilis  First found: Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, 1962    Significance: The first hominid known to have made stone tools    Open question: This poorly known species closely resembles Australopithecus and might actually belong in that genus instead of in Homo.

Homo habilis First found: Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, 1962 Significance: The first hominid known to have made stone tools Open question: This poorly known species closely resembles Australopithecus and might actually belong in that genus instead of in Homo.

Homo Habilis  --  2.33--1.44 MYO  --  A species of the Hominini Tribe which lived during the Gelasian Pleistocene Era.

Homo Habilis -- MYO -- A species of the Hominini Tribe which lived during the Gelasian Pleistocene Era. I think this is a reconstruction of the original skull (damaged) found by one of the Leakys. Maybe someone can enlighten me.

Homo habilis fossil skull. These predate homo erectus, living between 1.4 to 2.4 million years ago. Note that the teeth are not like modern apes and monkeys but like modern humans instead, giving more evidence (i.e. on top of bipedalism) that this was a human ancestor and not an early ape.

Homo habilis fossil skull predates homo erectus, living between to million years ago.