A Timeline Of Human Fossil Discoveries

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Scientists recently discovered fossilized bacteria dating back nearly 4 billion years. That’s way before the first Humanoid showed up just 10 million years ago. So, basically, we don’t care. The real question is, when did dudes begin walking on their hind legs and start scoping out the chicks? Let’s find out…
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Nakalipithecus

10 million years ago, this is basically what dudes looked like. The surprising thing is, one thing hasn’t changed: most guys still don’t how to move their hips when they dance…
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Ouranopithecus

8.5 million years ago we still hadn’t discovered fire. But, one significant event did occur: the first Bigfoot sighting…
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Sahelanthropus

About 7 million years ago the brain size of humanoid apes began to grow. But, not big enough to grasp the concept that, one day, these bigger heads would one day be snickered at in museums all over the world…
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Orrorin

6 million years ago humanoid apes began forming speech patterns that resembled spoken language. It was also the first time the phrase “Bro, any Mac and Cheese left?” was uttered…
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Ardipithecus

5 million years ago humanoids were beginning to diverge significantly from the Great Apes. And, most dudes were still mostly lying when they told everybody they subscribed to National Geographic Magazine “for the articles”…
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Australopithecus

4 million years ago, upright humanoids were just beginning to learn how to use tools to bash other dudes’ skulls in while fighting over muddy waterholes. Luckily, it was just in time, as Stanley Kubrick was in pre-pre-production for 2001: A Space Odyssey…
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Homo Habilis

3 million years ago, the first hominid appeared and discovered how to tame fire. Unfortunately, it was also around this time that he discovered mutton chop sideburns…
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Homo Erectus

2 million years ago humanoids looked, and acted, a lot like us. So much so that it was the first time a dude couldn’t help but crack up any time he heard the words Homo Erectus…
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Neanderthal

About a million years ago, Modern Man began competing with the last divergent ape species, the Neanderthal, which went extinct about 40,000 years ago. But, not before the first guy said to himself, “You’re kidding? She’s going with THAT dude?”…
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Homo Sapiens

About 250,000 years ago, Modern Man emerged and the species prevails to this day. It also marked the rise of Men’s Online Magazines, resulting in millions of guys secretly thinking, “I totally get why chicks are into THAT dude”…
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