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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 2231
Professor
B.Galdiks
Semester
Summer

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Evolutionary Systematics >> Hominin Phylogentic Tree  Initial part of the process is to find out where the fossils fit  The data are full of debates  Evolutionary systematics – looking at the morphology of the species, analyzing them and grouping them by their diff characteristics o Produces hominin phylogentic tree o Not everyone agrees o There are diff versions Miocene to Present • The primate family tree • Looked at ancient primate species • Now we are looking at the “homo” part of the primate evolutionary tree  Our line after the split from the chimps • Last 7.0 million years Sahelanthropus Tchaden
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