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Gen 5:15
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The overlapping of the species
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Mahalaleel, (Australopithecus garhi)

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Gen. 5:15 And Mahalaleel, (Australopithecus garhi), lived sixty and five (thousand) years, and begat Jared, (Homo rudolfensis), 

Gen. 5:16 And Mahalaleel, (Australopithecus garhi), lived after he begat Jared, (Homo rudolfensis), eight hundred and thirty 
(thousand) years, and begat (Australopithecus garhian) sons and daughters: 

Gen. 5:17 And all the days of Mahalaleel, 
(Australopithecus garhi), were eight hundred ninety and five (thousand) years: and he died (out, extinct). 


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Gen. 5:18 And Jared, (Homo rudolfensis), lived an hundred sixty and two (thousand) years, and he begat Enoch, (Homo habilis), 

Gen. 5:19 
And Jared, (Homo rudolfensis), lived after he begat Enoch, (Homo habilis), eight hundred (thousand) years, and begat (Homo rudolfensisian) sons and daughters: 

Gen. 5:20 
And all the days of Jared, (Homo rudolfensis), were nine hundred sixty and two (thousand) years: and he died (out, extinct).

A Guide to Twenty-Two Species of Extinct Humans
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As paleoanthropologist Ian Tattersall points out in his introduction to this marvelous new book on our ancestors, we Homo sapiens find ourselves in the unusual situation of being alone on the planet as the sole surviving hominid. For most of the history of the hominid lineage, the world was home to coexisting prehumans and humans. From paleontological and anthropological data previously available only in scientific publications, the authors have created an accessible field guide to our extinct cousins. Beginning each section with a short slice-of-life story about the species in question brings that hominid to life, with the supportive scientific evidence following. Skulls are often the most common or complete fossil evidence, so they are well described, along with other remains (bones and/or tools), fossil sites, other associated animals, the probable climate, and a discussion of the species' classification. Striking illustrations accompany the write-ups and breathe life into dry fossil bones. This very current book explains the science as it now stands and is a must-buy for all libraries

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