A non-profit, multidisciplinary research organization, affiliated with Arizona State University, dedicated to the recovery and analysis of the fossil evidence for human evolution.
The list is sorted by species, going from older to more recent species. Within each species, finds are sorted by the order of their discovery. Each species has a type specimen which was used to define it.
A discussion and thorough critique of claims that human bones have been found in context with Carboniferous age geological formations.
Exhibit that "walks through" the various stages of human evolution.
Non profit organization site with several articles, glossary, and links section.
A theory of human evolution which seeks to understand how humans evolved from animals that were similar to the great apes.
Smithsonian Institution's journey through five million years of human evolution.
Arizona State University's Institute for Human Origins reviews four million years of human evolution in an interactive documentary. Includes an extensive glossary, a bibliography, and an annotated set of links. [Requires Flash and a high-speed connection.]
Links for primates, human evolution and paleoecology, course notes on Human Origins, and Jeanne Sept's personal web pages at Indiana University.
Traces origins from ape ancestors such as Australopithecus to modern man. Talks about Neanderthals and their relationship to the gorilla and chimpanzee.