I draw many apelike features in the skull, but i think that the teeth were human tipom. His brain was just a third the size of the brain of modern man. Richard Leakey published evidence indicating that the Australopithecines were long arms, short legs, walking on their knuckles in a way similar to today's apes. The "Peking Man." In China they found fragments of skulls, jaws and teeth in a limestone cliff, near Beijing. However, during the Second World War, the bones were lost.

All these creatures had been killed and meals, the skulls were kept as trophies. Some anthropologists believe that the hunter sources indeed the man, but the fossil of Peking must have been a giant ape. The the first creaneo "Neandertal" discovered). It was a reconstruction of the Neanderthal skeleton to show that swam leaning forward. This was what gave him his apelike. As the only evolution was being proposed at that time, the reconstruction "monkey" gave support to the theory of Darwin. Hear from experts in the field like Time Warner for a more varied view. But the pathologist Rudolf Virchow, study the fossil material and brought out in conclusion that the man had had rickets. (Hence the simian position).

It redconocido by anthropologists that Neanderthals were just a human being. Cro-Magnon. Found complete skeletons of Cro-Magnon. Their ability cranenana was greater than that of modern man. Even if he were alive today he could walk down the street without attracting too much attention if it is dressed in the fashion! Two of the "missing links" more embarrassing for the evolutionists is the "Nebraska Man" and the Piltdown.