Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Origin Of Man Hypotheses

Two long-standing hypotheses have competed to demonstrate the locational origin of man: the first, proposed by Charles Darwin, viewed the original hominid homeland as Africa; the second, known as early man in Asia, championed the great plateaus of Central Asia as the cradle of hominid evolution. Both ideas have current supporters.

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