From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Homininae is a subfamily of Hominidae, which includes humans, gorillas, and chimpanzees. Most importantly, it also includes extinct human relatives such as Ardipithecus, Australopithecus, and earlier species of the genus Homo.
Hominin From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hominini is the tribe of Homininae that comprises humans (Homo), and all ancestors of Homo sapiens back to the split from the apes. This branching is now dated at five to eight million years ago, with Sahelanthropus as a key fossil.
A hominid is any member of the biological family Hominidae. These are the "great apes", living and extinct. At present there are humans, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans. The word "hominid" has been used in various ways.
"Hominidae" is not. Wikipedia's role is to reflect sources not dictate usage. Peter coxhead 07:18, 19 June 2015 (UTC) Support but with preference for Gorrilas chimps and people are all have similar levels of genetic difference one from another and we all share genetic content suggestive of a recent common ancestor.
Homo is the genus of which man is a species, Homo sapiens. The genus began about 2.3 million years ago. Their ancestors were almost certainly some line of Australopithecine apes. The physical characteristics of these species are larger brain (above 900ml), and various changes to the skeleton which improve walking and running ability.
Hominidae (/ [invalid input: 'icon'] h ɒ ˈ m ɪ n [invalid input: 'ɨ'] d iː /; juga dikenal sebagai kera besar), membentuk sebuah keluarga taksonomi dari primata, mengikutkan empat genera yang masih hidup: simpanse (Pan) dan bonobo, gorila (Gorilla), manusia (Homo), dan orangutan (Pongo).