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A specimen of the species Homo sapiens
human beings, man, species belonging to the primate family Hominidae (Latin)
Homo sapiens is used to refer to modern human beings as a species, in contrast to other species of ape or animal, or earlier forms of human. What distinguishes homo sapiens from every other living creature is the mind. the type of human being that exists now. (Latin; "man the wise") Genus and species to which all modern human beings (Homo sapiens sapiens) belong. The oldest known fossil remains date to 120,000 years ago, or much earlier ( 400,000 years ago) if evidence of certain "archaic" varieties is included.H. sapiens is distinguished from earlier hominid species by characteristics and habits such as bipedal stance and gait, brain capacity averaging about 1,350 cc, high forehead, small teeth and jaw, defined chin, construction and use of tools, and ability to use symbols. Most scholars believe that modern humans developed in Africa 150,000 years ago and spread to the Middle East 100,000 years ago and to other parts of Eurasia 40,000-50,000 years ago (this is known as the "single-origin" model). Some consider this dispersion to have occurred even more recently (50,000-65,000 years ago). Others contend that modern humans developed from various regional populations of archaic H. sapiens in Eurasia beginning 250,000 years ago (the "regional-continuity" model). In the first model the genetic differences that exist between the peoples of the world would not be very old; in the second model they would be significantly older. In any case, by 11,000 BC H. sapiens sapiens had peopled virtually the entire globe. See also Cro-Magnon; culture; human evolution; Neanderthal
the only surviving hominid; species to which modern man belongs; bipedal primate having language and ability to make and use complex tools; brain 1400 cc
homo sapiens sapiens
subspecies of Homo sapiens; includes all modern races
Homo sapien
A member of the species Homo sapiens

The Anatomically modern Homo sapien was merely a beast who looked exactly like Man. That’s because God used this Anatomically modern Homo sapien as a prototype in creating Adam and Eve.

Homo sapiens.
homo sapien
Alternative spelling of Homo sapien
homo sapiens


    ho·mo sapiens

    Türkische aussprache

    hōmō seypiınz


    /ˈhōmō ˈsāpēənz/ /ˈhoʊmoʊ ˈseɪpiːənz/


    [ 'hO-(")mO ] (noun.) 1596. From Latin Homo sapiens, used as a common noun.


    ... Homo sapiens, they made a world with fire. ...
    ... By 30,000 years ago, Homo sapiens reach Europe for the first time. ...

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