early hominid?

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  1. iceaura Valued Senior Member

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    No, we don't. The footprints in Crete are of fully bipedal hominins.
    Or the closer to Africa the more human-like the ape.
     
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  3. Gawdzilla Sama Registered Senior Member

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    And two sets of footprints prove that two groups walked in those areas. They imply a few things, but not anything that stands on its own merits except the information that can be gleaned for the footprints themselves.
     
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  5. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    Interesting what millions of years of evolution and a few thousands of miles of migration will show us?
     
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  7. iceaura Valued Senior Member

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    No evidence of migration of individual non-bipeds, or even non-bipedal species, appears. Evidence of the northernmost extension of the range of chimpanzee progenitors appears - back when Europe included some prime ape habitat.
     

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