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Homo sapiens developed new ecological niche that separated it from other hominins
Critical review of growing archaeological and paleoenvironmental datasets relating to the Middle and Late Pleistocene (300,000-12,000 years ago) hominin dispersals within and beyond Africa, published in Nature Human Behavior, demonstrates unique environmental settings and adaptations for Homo sapiens relative to previous and coexisting hominins such as Homo neanderthalensis and Homo erectus.
Hominins were walking like Homo sapiens earlier than scientists thought
Early hominins had adopted a human-like gait prior to the emergence of the Homo genus, new research suggested.

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