Fossilization of land based animals is extremely hit and miss. There could easily be fairly popular species that we have very few fossils of and not very populous species that we have several fossils of.<quoted text>
I never questioned anything about different species living together like the neanderthals and homo sapiens.
My point was, if the rhodesian men lived long enough, spanning 3 different epochs, then how come there are no real evidence and yet there are evidence for fossils that predated rhodesians.
And why is the kabwe skull a replica? What is the point of that?
There is no law of fossilization that say animals have to be preserved.
There could be species or subspecies that we never find.
And I did not read enough to know what the kabwe skull is.