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Scientists are beginning to recognize that the hominid fossil record is littered with species that could not have been ancestors of modern humans.1 A creation model in which one template was used to produce modern humans fits the data better than the multiregional model.
Even the National Geographic,2 which is extremely evolutionary in their perspective, contained a telling graphic in a recent article:
This graphic indicates a growing acknowledgment in anthropologic circles - that scientists don't really know who man's ancestors are and what, if any, species might lie in the line of descent to modern man.
Last Modified June 21, 2006