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Things hominid often describes (“hominid ________”)
evolution, fossils, species, ancestors, line, behavior, record, skull, brain, lineage, phylogeny, populations, groups, fossil, origins, behaviour, sites, site, bones, specimens, bipedalism, status, adaptation, activities, footprints, teeth, activity, use, material, history, remains, skulls, brains, forms, size, development, ancestor, taxa, family, occupation, discoveries, group, diet, differentiation, females, types, cranium, hunting, morphology, features, mandible, lineages, tree, type, skeleton, adaptations, pattern, population, niche, patterns, sample, cranial, males, fragments, tooth, catastrophism, localities, culture, bone, societies, taxonomy, endocasts, characteristics, genus, finds, ecology, primates, dentition, diversity, characters, individuals, specimen, dispersal, strategies, radiation, presence, divergence, subsistence, predecessors, stock, ancestry, capacity, traits, samples

Descriptive words:
early, first, fossil, earliest, new, oldest, advanced, bipedal, primitive, pleistocene, ancient, only, ancestral, brained, female, extinct, true, juvenile, earlier, south, robust, upright, gracile, hairy, male, late, complete, prehistoric, fragmentary, dik, giant, neanderthal, making, african, archaic, contemporary, walking, known, unknown, prehuman, fossilized, east, basal, predatory, australopithecine, sub, robo, specialized, lone, intelligent, using, gigantic, erect, transitional, eating, dental, australian, extant, latest

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Book See hominid used in context: 1 rhyme, several books and articles.

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