Comparison of all skulls

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Chimpanzee, Gorilla Sts 5, Stw 53, OH 24, ER 1813 D2700, Java Man, Peking Man, ER 1470 ER 3733, WT 15000, Petralona, Rhodesian Man, modern human The skulls on the top row are of modern apes. The skulls on the 2nd row are fossils that (almost) all creationists consider apes, while the ones on the bottom row are (almost) all considered to be humans. The skulls in the 3rd row are ones on which creationists disagree as to whether they are apes or humans. (For ease of comparison, some skulls are reflected so that they all face in the same direction.) The following table summarizes the diversity of creationist opinions about some of the more prominent items in the human fossil record. Creationist Classifications of Hominid Fossils Specime n Cuozzo (1998) Gish (1985) Mehlert (1996) Bowden (1981) Menton (1988) Taylor (1992) Gish (1979) Baker (1976) Taylor and Van Bebber (1995) Taylor (1996) Lubeno w (1992) Line (2005) ER 1813 (510 cc) Ape Ape Ape Ape Ape Ape Human ?? (2)
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