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Realistic Reconstructions of Human Ancestors

 Using remains and samples from all over the world and from many different time eras, scientists have been able to make reconstructions of what, they think, are our ancient fathers. If this is true, these pictures can show us how our kind has changed over the years. What a long amazing way we might have gone through to get to where we are today, and who knows what might still ahead of us.

Australopithecus Afarensis - Relatively larger than modern humans but with a smaller brain.

humanoid reconstructions - Australopithecus Afarensis
 

A reconstruction from the famous remains of an Australopithicus Afarensis found in Ethiopia, Lucy.

humanoid reconstructions - Australopithicus Afarensis
 

Australopithecus afarensis - A hominid that lived between 3.9 and 2.9 million years ago.

humanoid reconstructions - Australopithecus afarensis
 

Homo Habilis - Thought to have been masters the Lower Paleolithic Olduwan tool set, which used stone flakes.

humanoid reconstructions - Homo Habilis
 

Homo Erectus - A name meaning the "upright man".

humanoid reconstructions - Homo Erectus The Upright Man smiling
 
humanoid reconstructions -Homo Erectus bare chested male adult
 

Homo Erectus Georgicus - A subspecies of Homo Erectus found only in Georgia. This subspecies had a relatively advanced spine and lower limbs, providing greater mobility.

humanoid reconstructions - Homo Erectus Georgicus  from the side
 

Homo ergaster - A name meaning the "working man".

humanoid reconstructions -Homo ergaster  black male adult
 

Sahelanthropus Tchadensis - A specimen that may represent a common ancestor of humans and chimpanzees.

humanoid reconstructions - Sahelanthropus Tchadensis
 

Paranthropus Boisei -  It lived in Eastern Africa from about 2.3 until about 1.2 million years ago.

humanoid reconstructions - Paranthropus Boisei
 

Homo Rhodesiensis - Also known as the Rhodesian man.

humanoid reconstructions - Homo Rhodesiensis - Also known as the Rhodesian man.
 

Homo Neanderthalensis - Possibly a subspecies of Homo sapiens, they are very closely related to modern day humans.

humanoid reconstructions - Homo Neanderthalensis male adult
 
humanoid reconstructions - Homo Neanderthalensis old male
 
humanoid reconstructions - Homo Neanderthalensis woman against black background
 

Homo Floresiensis - Discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003.

humanoid reconstructions - Homo Floresiensis
 

We end with a picture of a Neanderthal child, so closely resembling a human child we can hardly tell the difference.

humanoid reconstructions - Neanderthal Child
 
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