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The detailed morphological study of the cranial remains of Lluc showed that, together with the modern anatomical features that characterized the family Hominidae, and which permit to consider it a member of this family, it displays a set of primitive features, such as thick dental enamel, teeth with globulous cusps, very robust mandible and very procumbent premaxilla, which are primitive features that characterize a group of primitive hominoids from the African Middle Miocene, known as afropithecids.
Thus a hominoid approach is made and if the proposed system cannot resolve informal words into formal words it will ask help from humans by prompting textboxes by which the user can enter appropriate formal words and the system will update that information on its database.
This latter realization suggests that running in and of itself helped early Homo become the first fully terrestrial hominoid.
For numerous anatomical, behavioral, and molecular reasons, many consider the bonobo the closest living hominoid prototype.
Biotech companies are not just putting fish genes in tomatoes to make them grow in cold weather; they're manipulating and owning parts of humans that have existed since well before the first hominoid speared his first antelope.
They have classified the fossil ape as a new hominoid genus from the middle Miocene epoch and named it Equatorius.
The Reconstruction of Hominoid Behavioral Evolution through Strategic Modelling," in Primate Models of Human Behavior, edited by Waren G.
For example, here is an evangelical Christian treating the issue of hominoid evolution: "We start, therefore, with the faith that whatever happened is the result of God's working and attempt to interpret all of the data from that perspective .
The hominoid "Pog" and "Bih," portrayed in separate works (1994 and 1996 respectively), are primitive in comparison to the well-dressed chimps.
The fact that orthograde (upright) body postures had been evolving and diversifying in our hominoid ancestry for in excess of 15 million years pushed study of the origins of bipedalism back from the Pliocene into the early Miocene.
Rukwapithecus fleaglei is an early hominoid represented by a mandible preserving several teeth.
A fossil hominoid proximal femur from Kikorongo Crater, southwestern Uganda.