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Which Of The Fossils Are Most Likely In The Line Of Evolution Leading To Modern Humans

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Danesp10 | 22:23 Thu 06th May 2021 | Science
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Evolution is not a pipeline. It's a tree.
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australopithecus, discovered and described by Raymond Dart in 1924

but this is a question from your course work ( on ahtropology ) and it is surprisingly moot - early Homo spp and australopithecus co -existed

and when they re examined the strata and the work Dart had done it was obvious that the conclusion cd have been made in the twenties - that the two existed side by side

Dart responded - oh yes we knew all that - we just thought if we published it no one wd believe us.

there was a now discredited line of English / British Anthropology which championed Piltdown man -a notorious fake. And in 1952 Keith a champion of it said; " I am now convinced... that Prof. Dart was right and that I was wrong."

and you dont often get that said in public ! !

You really must do your own homework

Prof Dart taught my father anatomy 1930

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