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Ardipithecus ramidus landscape

Ardipithecus ramidus landscape. Artwork of Ardipithecus ramidus male and female hominids (right) climbing a fallen branch and standing in an African forest during the Pliocene. A. ramidus is one of several extinct hominid species that form part of the human evolutionary tree. It lived around 4.4 million years ago. The first fossil of A. ramidus, Ardi (1994), was found at the Aramis site in Ethiopias Afar depression. The animals are elephants, antelope, warthog, and leopard. For a similar scene, see C015/5359

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Africa Antelope Antelopes Anthropological Anthropology Climbing Elephants Ethiopia Ethiopian Evolutionary Extinct Forest Fossil Human Fossil Man Hominid Human Evolution Palaeoanthropology Panthera Pardus Phacochoerus Africanus Pliocene Prehistoric Prehistory Primate River Standing Upright Trees Woodland Afar Aramis Palaeontology Warthog


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This print showcases the Ardipithecus ramidus landscape during the Pliocene era, offering a glimpse into our ancient past. The artwork depicts male and female hominids of this extinct species climbing a fallen branch and standing amidst an African forest. These early human ancestors lived approximately 4.4 million years ago, contributing to the complex web of evolution that led to modern humans. In this lush environment, various animals coexist harmoniously with our hominid relatives. Elephants roam gracefully alongside antelope, warthogs scurry about, and a watchful leopard observes from above. The vibrant flora surrounding them paints a vivid picture of life in prehistoric times. The discovery of A. ramidus was groundbreaking for paleontologists and anthropologists alike when Ardi, the first fossil specimen, was unearthed at Ethiopia's Aramis site in 1994. This finding shed light on our evolutionary journey as it revealed crucial insights into early hominid anatomy and behavior. As we gaze upon this mesmerizing scene captured by Science Photo Library, we are reminded of the intricate interconnectedness between all living beings throughout history. It serves as a testament to humanity's insatiable curiosity about our origins and underscores the importance of understanding where we come from in order to navigate where we are headed as a species.

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