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Wushan Man: Quiz


Question 1: A key factor in changing in opinion was a visit in 2005 to the Guangxi Natural History Museum in ________ where he examined a large number of primate teeth from the Pleistocene.

Question 2: Jeffrey Schwartz and Ian Tattersall published a claim in Nature[10] that the teeth found in Longgupo were those of an ________.
Sumatran OrangutanOrangutanBornean OrangutanHomo

Question 3: Originally considered a subspecies of ________, it is now thought by one of the scientists, Russell Ciochon, that first described it to be based upon fossilized fragments of an extinct non-hominin ape.
Homo ergasterHuman evolutionHomo floresiensisHomo erectus

Question 4: ________: A. anamensisA. afarensisA. bahrelghazaliA. africanusA. garhi
Homo habilisArdipithecusAustralopithecusHuman evolution

Question 5: Recent research finds its wrist and foot bones to be anatomically like those of H. habilis or ________.
Australopithecus africanusAustralopithecus afarensisHuman evolutionAustralopithecus

Question 6: In a Science report in 1995 upon the finding several doubts were raised including one by ________
Human evolutionHomo erectusMilford H. WolpoffHomo ergaster

Question 7: The discovery of ________ also makes evidence of a pre-erectus hominin in Asia important.
Homo floresiensisHomo erectusNeanderthalHuman

Question 8: More recently, the jaw fragment has been argued to be indistinguishable from Late ________-Pliocene Chinese apes of the genus Lufengpithecus.
MioceneGeologic time scaleLanghianEocene

Question 9: The presence of Sinomastodon, Nestoritherium, Equus yunnanensis, Ailuropoda microta remains in the level containing the jaw suggested that its remains belonged to the earliest part of the ________ or late Pliocene.
PleistoceneLast glacial periodGlacial periodLittle Ice Age

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