Human evolution is an evolutionary process that led to the emergence of modern humans on the basis of anthropology, beginning with the evolutionary history of primates, especially the genus Homo sapiens and Homo sapiens as a specific species of the hominid family, including the great. Monkey This process involved the gradual development of traits such as human dialectics and language, as well as reproduction with other hominins, indicating that human development is a web rather than a sequence.
The study of human development covers many scientific disciplines, including physics, primatology, archeology, paleontology, neurobiology, ethology, linguistics, developmental psychology, embryology, and genetics. Genetic studies show that primates were deviated from other mammals eighty-five million years ago, during the last Cretaceous period, and that the oldest fossils appear in Paleocene about five million years ago.
The mature Hominidae family separated from the Hylobatidae family about 10 million to 100 million years ago; The subfamily Homini (African ape) was separated from the Orangutans about 1 million years ago; Homini (including humans, Australopithecus, and chimpanzees) divided from the Gomilini (gorilla) tribe 8 to 9 million years ago; As a result, hominins (human and extinct bypass ancestors) and paninis (chimpanzees) were divided between 4 and 7 million years ago.