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  1. The American University in CairoChemistry DepartmentSCI 120- Scientific Thinking (Spring 2010)The Mysterious BipedTo: Dr. Aziza EllozyT.A: Sandy Barsoum By: Somaya Ismail Yasmine El-Masry Ziad Shaker Ragy Tawadros

  2. Human Ancestry “The Mysterious Biped”

  3. How did we get to what we are today as humans living in such diverse places? How did this Modern Man come to life?

  4. In his book A Short History of Nearly Everything,

  5. The Two timelines of Bill Bryson • The first is traced by the chronological order of the different species • The other one is through the dates of the findings that added to the fossil record.

  6. Tracing through the dates of the findings that added to the fossil record.

  7. Homo neanderthalensis 1856

  8. Marie Eugene Francois Dubois Part of a skull 1887 1891 Sumatra

  9. Homo Erectus Marie Eugene Francois Dubois 1892 ThighBone

  10. Raymond Dart 1924 Taung Child

  11. Robert Broom

  12. Davidson Black Ralph Von Koenigswalt Francis Clark Howell 1950 1960 • Other researchers looked for more bones in that area, but the findings were lost in an attack in 1941 during the Second World War. • The continuous search for more fossils did not stop, and by the 1950’s, the number of the known categories grew to be over 100. But of course, with the number of findings increasing, the record needed organization. Australopithecus Homo JAVA Solo river Homo Erectus Peking man

  13. Homo Habilis 1960 This decade also gave rise to many other species, and before we know it, it was chaos again as no central authority decides on names of species.

  14. Donald Johanson Hadar Ethiopia where Lucy was found LUCY 28% 1974 ? ? ?

  15. LUCY is not the missing link...

  16. Kimeu Homo sapiens Australopithecus Afarensis 3.9 million years ago Meave Leaky 5.2-5.8 Million years 2001 2002 7 Million years

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