Humans are part of the biological family Hominidae, which also includes 2 species of chimpanzees, 2 species of gorillas and 2 species of orangutans.(There were other members of this family, but now they are extinct.)Old Guy,
I have a couple more questions for you. What are you thoughts about these things ...
The common consensus seems to be that humans evolved from primates in S Africa and became hominids.
Hominids have been on Earth for 7 million years. They arose from an earlier family, Hylobatidae, commonly known as gibbons. About 6 million years ago, there was a common hominid ancestor that gave rise to both chimpanzees and humans. The first modern humans (H. sapiens) appeared in eastern Africa roughly 200,000 years ago.Old Guy,
It's also accepted as fact that this transformation took millions of years to occur.
No, there are MANY fossil examples. Here's a list of notable ones:The only evidence of these so-called hominids are a few skulls and skeletons and single bones and teeth.
And how likely would it seem to you that every single dinosaur, after being the dominant life form for 135 million years, would also be dead? There are many extinct animals and plants.Old Guy,
Now, it seems very unlikely to me that, after having existed for millions of years, every single hominid is dead.