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Homo erectus

Homo erectus Pithecanthropus erectus, Sinanthropus pekinensis, Javanthropus soloensis, Meganthropus paleojavanicus Primates: Hominidae Africa ( Lake Turkana, Olduvai Gorge), Europe (Georgia) sculpt models restoration reconstructions cast casts copyin

Taxonomy:Primates: Hominidae
Age:Pleistocene (1.8 and 1.0 million years)
Locality:Africa ( Lake Turkana, Olduvai Gorge), Europe (Geo
Length:1.6 meters


Synonyms: Pithecanthropus erectus, Sinanthropus pekinensis, Javanthropus soloensis, Meganthropus paleojavanicus


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