So far we have unearthed fossil evidence from more than 20 different human-like species, known as hominins, who are more closely related to humans than any of the apes alive today.     Meet some of our oldest relatives below and discover what insights they can provide about our own evolution.

So far we have unearthed fossil evidence from more than 20 different human-like species, known as hominins, who are more closely related to humans than any of the apes alive today. Meet some of our oldest relatives below and discover what insights they can provide about our own evolution.

Homo heidelbergensis: Se trata de individuos muy altos (1,80 m) y fuertes (llegarían a 100 kg), de grandes cráneos (casi 1.400 cm3) todavía muy aplanados, con mandíbulas salientes y gran abertura nasal. Especie intermedia entre el Homo antecessor y el hombre de Neandertal. Datan entre 500.000 y 250.000 años.

Homo heidelbergensis: Se trata de individuos muy altos (1,80 m) y fuertes (llegarían a 100 kg), de grandes cráneos (casi 1.400 cm3) todavía muy aplanados, con mandíbulas salientes y gran abertura nasal. Especie intermedia entre el Homo antecessor y el hombre de Neandertal. Datan entre 500.000 y 250.000 años.

Homo Heidelbergensis | Reconstrucción de Homo Heidelbergensis - Kennis & Kennis ...

Homo Heidelbergensis | Reconstrucción de Homo Heidelbergensis - Kennis & Kennis ...

La taille de différents hominidés comparés : Homo heidelbergensis, Homo sapiens, Homo neandertalensis

La taille de différents hominidés comparés : Homo heidelbergensis, Homo sapiens, Homo neandertalensis

Homo erectus and Homo heidelbergensis sites of Africa, Europe and Asia                                                                                                                                                                                 More

HOMO HEIDELBERGENSIS

Homo erectus and Homo heidelbergensis sites of Africa, Europe and Asia More

Homo heidelbergensis lived around 600,000 to 250,000 years ago. They were distinctly human in physique and behaviour and evidence suggests these ancient people were accomplished tool makers and could skillfully butcher large animals.

Homo heidelbergensis lived around 600,000 to 250,000 years ago. They were distinctly human in physique and behaviour and evidence suggests these ancient people were accomplished tool makers and could skillfully butcher large animals.

Penafsiran artistik Homo heidelbergensis

Manusia Purba - Evolusi Manusia: Meganthropus, Pithecanthropus, Homo

Penafsiran artistik Homo heidelbergensis

The florsibad Homo heidelbergensis at the David H. Koch Hall of Human Origins at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.

The florsibad Homo heidelbergensis at the David H. Koch Hall of Human Origins at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.

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