Annotated Bibliography: Hominins

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Annotated Bibliography: Hominins

Set 3: Hominins. Appropriate topics include (but are not limited to) finds of new fossils early human ancestors, or any analysis of earlier finds.
Inappropriate topics include dinosaurs, Big Foot sightings, Noah’s Ark, etc.
Please note that the current trend is for researchers to use “hominid” to refer to African apes (this usage would include chimpanzees, bonobos, and gorillas as well as humans), and “hominin” to refer to human ancestors (those that follow the divergence of the human and chimpanzee lines).
Some older articles may use “hominid” to refer to the fossil bipedal forms. What’s important is that the articles focus on fossil human ancestors, not whether the article uses “hominin” or “hominid”.
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98 million years old. Those finding might have been settled right after scientists figured out the date of those early human fossils, Australopithecus sediba, in which discovered in South Africa by a year ago. The whole succession of the investigations covered all the new cave sediments, in which stored all the fossils and has been discovered by the scientist to identify the age. A bunch of papers distributed an article about the exact age for the fossils, and more ideas for the investigation of other body’s parts. Researchers think understanding the fossils age can led scientists to think in a different perspective, in order to demonstrate the inheritance marina, and the precise age can help us to found out the most suitable, significant person in human ancestor. Scientist also emphasis that the outcome of the whole investigations can also be the reference for trying to figure the accurate date in early human fossils. They think the date can know the fossils were saved in the Malapa throughout the period of thousand years, the time around 1. 98 million time, since the Earth's magnetic field flipped 180 degrees in order to back…show more content…
Scientists published the research of understanding the humans origins and got attention from all different countries, by giving them advice about early human ancestor can possibly live with a various of woodland community habitually eats included the food which is hard to chew like leaves and trees. In the other investigation from another scientist said Australopithecus sediba didn’t have a good structure for the mouth to eat in order to have a unfaltering diet of eating hard sustenance. However, a new research doesn't straightforwardly locate if Australopithecus sediba really has a close relative of early Homo for evolution, anyway it still does furnish better proof that the dietary progressions has formed those important and essential evolutionary for the humans nowadays. Researchers think that their investigation gives a truly corroboration of the contrast between rebuilding the animals who almost extincted and knowing those modification. The analysis of A. Sediba’s teeth gave scientist a big surprise to know two groups of different type must had been eaten hard substance like tree and leave before they disappear in this world. This gave scientist a sign of their diet and behavior.
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