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  2. ...those other numbers. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Human "... primates of the family Hominidae , and the only living ... ago and began to exhibit full behavioral modernity around 50,000 ...

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  3. ... humans. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Human_evolution ... I will give you the full classification of humans: ...) Family: Hominidae (we belong to a special category of ...

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  4. ...from ‘Human’ – http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Homo_sapiens ... “family name” is Hominidae . The People’s...usually very good in giving a full taxonomic description for any particular animal...

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  5. ... evolution’ – http://simple. wikipedia .org/wiki/Human_evolution • Full English Wikipedia » text-&-pix, ‘Timeline of human evolution’ – http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki...

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  6. ... found ranging from Africa to Asia. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Homo_erectus >>"Nebraska man - a ...

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  7. ... page helps: http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Binomial_nomenclature...instance, modern humans fall into the full classification of "Animalia... (Order) Hominidae (Family) Homo (...

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  8. Yep. We are a species. I've said it before, and I'll say it again: though it's an extremely unpopular thing to say, at the end of the day, we aren't much different from any other animal group. Take, for instance, birds: You have "...

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  9. The number seven denotes spiritual perfection.

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  10. ...of Australia). http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Human Humans...genus of bipedal primates in Hominidae , "the great ape family". ...000 years ago, reaching full behavioral modernity around 50,000 ...

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