Discoveries continue to be made in terms of the evolution of modern man. This category is for sites concerning the transition from primates to homo sapiens, including the discoveries which have helped bridge gaps in our knowledge.
Shows the different shapes of skulls from chimpanzees through to modern humans. Photographs of fossils can be compared while reading about the characteristics.
Comprehensive human evolution and archaeology online resource.
Article reports the views of two researchers who believe that man's development could have been influenced by frequent cosmic catastrophes.
Describes the differences between different species of human ancestors, plus cavemen facts.
Journey through the story of human evolution in a multimedia documentary experience. Requires high-speed Internet connection and Macromedia Flash.
Looks at the discovery and analysis of early hominids.
Guide to the important discoveries and different species. Includes a simple chart for following the development of skills and culture.
Detailed discussion of human evolution with illustrations and graphs.
BBC News story about the discovery of fossil remains of a human-like creature that researchers say represents an entirely new branch on the human family tree.
An overview of human evolution, summarizing current thinking and describing the fossil evidence for Australopithecus and Homo.
Provides an 'interactive' graph that maps the journey of hominid ancestors from 5 million years ago to present day with descriptions of the various species.
Interactive images of the skulls of modern primate relatives and fossils of the ancestors of humans. [Requires Shockwave]
Explores when humans evolved, who their ancestors were, and why these species adapted. Includes Shockwave game.
Movies and photographs illustrate the journey through five million years of human evolution, with FAQ and news of recent discoveries. From the Smithsonian Institution.
This interactive exhibit allows the viewer to walk through the stages of human evolution from Australopithecus to homo sapiens.
Biographies and research of this family studying human evolution in Africa.
Written in 1859 by Charles Darwin, it is a description of evolution by natural selection.
Reconstructions, photographs, illustrations and timelines are used to represent the development of modern man.
Overview and history of the Evolution/Creation debate.
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