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Interest in the evolution of man continues unabated. Each new discovery feeds into the stream of information about our ancient human history.

The Bone Clones® Hominid line is composed of finds from Anatomically Modern Humans, Archaic Humans, Early Homo, Early Hominins, and Other Hominids. These classifications of human ancestors are provided for general categorization of casts available, and we hope it will help to place them in a timeline of human development.

The majority of the casts in this series have been recreated by our team of anatomical sculptors, while others have been produced from original material or scans of original material provided by researchers and/or the country of origin.

We continue our effort to produce new finds as they occur, leaving time for original papers to be published and enough scientific data to be obtained so we may produce our casts as precisely as possible. Each Hominid is carefully researched and produced based on some or all of the following: casts of original fossils, the latest literature (descriptions and/or published measurements), input from the scientific community, and full color, life-size photographs, or any combination thereof.

The recreated hominids offered in this series are high quality, artistic recreations that can be advantageously used by educators as important visual aids in the classroom and appreciated by the general public. They are not intended for advanced graduate work or to be measured for research purposes. Special thanks to our paleoanthropologist and archaeologist consultants.

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Bone Clones Catalog Fossil Hominids
Catalog #
Product Name Description
Set of 7 Sculpted Hominid Busts by Atelier Daynes AD-SET-7
AD-SET-7
Set of 7 Sculpted Hominid Busts by Atelier Daynes AD-SET-71:4 scale models based on CT scans of life-size fossil hominid sculptures by Atelier Daynes of Paris, France. These seven miniature busts beautifully capture Elisabeth Daynes'superb artistry in her specialized field of reconstructions...
Meganthropus Skull Reconstruction
BC-141
Meganthropus SkullThis Meganthropus Skull Reconstruction was created by Dr. Grover Krantz, a noted scholar of physical and cultural anthropology and an active Professor of Anthropology at Washington State University until shortly before his death...
Australopithecus afarensis Skull
BH-001
Australopithecus afarensis Skull2.9 to 3.6 MYA. Australopithecus afarensis Skull. The australopithecines are only known from Africa and are believed to be the earliest known true hominids. None has ever been found in Europe or Asia...
Homo habilis Skull - KNM-ER 1813
BH-002
Homo habilis Skull - KNM-ER 18131.9 MYA. The Homo habilis Skull KNM-ER 1813 was discovered by K. Kimeu in 1973 at Koobi Fora, Kenya, and described by R. Leakey in Nature in 1973. There is still controversy about this specimen's classification...
Australopithecus robustus Skull without lower jaw
BH-003
Australopithecus robustus Skull without lower jaw1.5 to 2 MYA. The Australopithecus robustus Skull SK-48 was discovered by Fourie in Swartkrans, South Africa in 1950 and described by R. Broom in 1952. SK-48, formerly called Paranthropus crassidens, greatly increased what is known about australopithecines...
Australopithecus robustus Skull with Lower Jaw BH-003-C
BH-003-C
Australopithecus robustus Skull with Lower Jaw BH-003-CThe mandible that is pictured here with the skull was constructed on the basis of Robert Broom's additional discovery of SK 23 at Swartkrans. SK 23, the best preserved mandible from this area, was found close to the discovery site of SK 48...
Homo heidelbergensis Skull - Broken Hill 1, (Rhodesian Man)
BH-004
Homo heidelbergensis Skull - Broken Hill 1, (Rhodesian Man)125,000 to possibly 400,000 YA. The Homo heidelbergensis Skull Broken Hill 1 (Rhodesian Man) was discovered in Kabwe, Zambia (formerly Rhodesia), by miner T. Zwigelaar and originally described by A. Woodward in 1921...
Australopithecus boisei Skull - KNM-ER 406
BH-006
Australopithecus boisei Skull - KNM-ER 4061.7 MYA. Male. The Australopithecus boisei Skull KNM-ER 406 was discovered by R. Leakey at Koobi Fora, Kenya, in 1969. This discovery helped to shed light on the controversial hypothesis that all australopithecines were of the same species...
Australopithecus africanus Skull - Sts 5, "Mrs. Ples"
BH-007
Australopithecus africanus Skull - Sts 5, "Mrs. Ples"Considered to have lived 2.5 MYA, the Australopithecus africanus Skull Sts 5 "Mrs. Ples" was discovered in 1947 by R. Broom and J. Robinson in Sterkfontein, Transvaal, South Africa..
Australopithecus africanus Skull Sts 5 Mrs. Ples with Lower Jaw
BH-007-C
Australopithecus africanus Skull Sts 5 Mrs. Ples with Lower JawReconstruction by Bone Clones® 2007. Considered to have lived 5 MYA, the Australopithecus africanus Skull STS 5 "Mrs. Ples" was discovered in 1947 by R. Broom and J. Robinson...
Australopithecus aethiopicus Skull - KNM-WT 17000
BH-008
Australopithecus aethiopicus Skull - KNM-WT 170002.5 MYA. The Australopithecus aethiopicus Skull KNM-WT 17000 was discovered by A. Walker in 1985 on the west shore of Lake Turkana in northern Kenya. It was described by Walker, Leakey, Harris and Brown in Nature in 1986...
Homo neanderthalensis Skull - La Chapelle-aux-Saints
BH-009-2
Homo neanderthalensis Skull - La Chapelle-aux-Saints50,000 YA. The Homo neanderthalensis Skull was discovered by A. and J. Bouyssomie and J. Bonneval in 1908 in La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France. It was the most complete Neanderthal skull found at the time...
Homo habilis Skull - OH 24
BH-010
Homo habilis Skull - OH 241.8 MYA. The Homo habilis Skull OH 24 (KNM) was discovered by P. Nzube in 1968 and first described by M. Leakey, Clark, & L. Leakey in Nature in 1971. This nearly complete but very badly crushed specimen constituted the oldest hominid found in Olduvai Gorge...
Homo ergaster Skull - KNM-ER 3733
BH-011
Homo ergaster Skull - KNM-ER 37331.75 MYA. The Homo ergaster Skull KNM-ER 3733 with dentition was discovered by B. Ngeneo in 1975 in Koobi Fora, Kenya, and described by R. Leakey in Nature in 1976. Several teeth are intact, but no mandible was ever found...
Homo ergaster Skull - KNM-WT 15000, "Nariokotome boy"
BH-012
Homo ergaster Skull - KNM-WT 15000, "Nariokotome boy"1.6 MYA. The Homo ergaster Skull KNM-WT 15000 "Nariokotome Boy" or "Turkana Boy" was discovered by K. Kimeu in 1984 in Nariokotome, Kenya. It was first described by Brown, Harris, R. Leakey and Walker in Nature in 1985 as H. erectus...
Homo rudolfensis Skull - KNM-ER 1470
BH-013
Homo rudolfensis Skull - KNM-ER 14701.8 to 1.9 MYA. The Homo rudolfensis Skull KNM-ER 1470 was discovered by B. Ngeneo in 1972 at Koobi Fora in Kenya and described by R. Leakey in Nature in 1973...
Piltdown Man Skull, 1912 Fraud
BH-014
Piltdown Man Skull, 1912 FraudPiltdown Man Skull 1912 Fraud. This skull is a replica of Dawson's so-called "Dawn Man," which had been unearthed in a gravel pit at Piltdown near Sussex, England, by Charles Dawson in 1912...
Australopithecus boisei Skull - OH 5, (Zinjanthropus)
BH-015
Australopithecus boisei Skull - OH 5, (Zinjanthropus)1.8 MYA. The Australopithecus boisei Skull, NUTCRACKER MAN, is the most famous fossil from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. OH 5 was discovered by Mary Leakey in 1959 and originally classified as Zinjanthropus boisei by L. Leakey in Nature later that year...
Australopithecus boisei Skull OH 5 (Zinjanthropus) With Jaw
BH-015-C
Australopithecus boisei Skull OH 5 (Zinjanthropus) With JawBone Clones® Australopithecus boisei Skull with Jaw. Jaw is spring attached to palate, allowing ease in handling. Springs easily attached and detached...
Australopithecus africanus Skull Taung Child
BH-016
Australopithecus africanus Skull, Taung Child2.3 MYA. The Australopithecus africanus Skull (Taung Child) was discovered by M. de Bruyn in Taung, South Africa in 1924. Anatomy professor Raymond Dart identified this juvenile skull as a new genus and species of hominid in 1925 in Nature...
Cro-Magnon-1 Skull
BH-017
Cro-Magnon-1 Skull30,000 to 32,000 YA. This Cro-Magnon Skull was discovered by L. Lartet and H. Christy on a cliff in 1868 (during the construction of railway lines in Les-Eyzies, France). Cro-Magnon, meaning "big cliff," represents the earliest modern humans from Western Europe...
Cro-Magnon-1 Skull and Jaw
BH-017-C
Cro-Magnon-1 Skull and Jaw30,000 to 32,000 YA. This Cro-Magnon Skull was discovered by L. Lartet and H. Christy on a cliff in 1868 (during the construction of railway lines in Les-Eyzies, France). Cro-Magnon, meaning "big cliff," represents the earliest modern humans from Western Europe...
Homo erectus Skull - Sangiran 17
BH-018
Homo erectus Skull - Sangiran 17800,000 YA. Sangiran 17 was found in 1969 in Java, Indonesia, by Towikromo. Homo erectus exhibits more humanlike features than any other Homo species..
Homo neanderthalensis Skull - La Ferrassie 1
BH-019
Homo neanderthalensis Skull - La Ferrassie 150,000 YA. The Homo neanderthalensis Skull La Ferrassie 1 was discovered in France in 1909 and described that same year by Capitan and Peyrony. A more thorough study of the La Ferrassie skeleton was published in 1976 by Heim...
Kenyanthropus platyops Skull - KNM-WT-40000
BH-020
Kenyanthropus platyops Skull - KNM-WT-400003.5 MYA. The Kenyanthropus platyops Skull KNM-WT-40000 was discovered in 1999 by J. Erus (a member of Meave Leakey's team) west of Lake Turkana, Kenya. The specimen was described in Nature in 2001..
Australopithecus afarensis Skull - "Lucy", light finish
BH-021-A
Australopithecus afarensis Skull - "Lucy", light finish3.2 MYA. The Australopithecus afarensis Skull Lucy was discovered by D. Johanson in 1974 in Hadar, Ethiopia. We began with exact sculpted replicas of the original jaw and skull fragments...
Australopithecus afarensis Skull - "Lucy", dark finish
BH-021-T
Australopithecus afarensis Skull - "Lucy", dark finishAustralopithecus afarensis Skull "Lucy" (dark finish) BH-021-T. Boneclones® is proud to offer our first original reconstruction. We began with exact sculpted replicas of the original jaw and skull fragments...
Homo heidelbergensis Skull Atapuerca 5
BH-022
Homo heidelbergensis Skull Atapuerca 5350,000 to 500,000 YA. The Homo heidelbergensis Skull Atapuerca 5 was discovered in Spain in 1992 by Juan-Luis Arsuaga, in the fossil-rich caves of Sima de los Huesos (Bone Pit), Sierra de Atapuerca...
Proconsul africanus Skull
BH-023
Proconsul africanus Skull14 to 23 MYA. The Proconsul africanus Skull was discovered by Mary Leakey in 1948 on Rusinga Island, Kenya. This specimen, based on the 1948 Leakey discovery, is the most complete Proconsul africanus cranium to date...
Sivapithecus Skull
BH-024
Sivapithecus Skull8.5 to 12.5 MYA. The Sivapithecus indicus Skull was discovered in 1979 by D. Pilbeam and S.M. Ibrahim Shah on the Potwar Plateau, Pakistan. This specimen consists of a nearly complete mandible (with complete dentition) and the left side of the face...
Aegyptopithecus zeuxis Skull
BH-025
Aegyptopithecus zeuxis Skull29 MYA. The Aegyptopithecus zeuxis skull was first discovered in the Egyptian Faiyum Depression by E. Simons' team in 1966. A. zeuxis is probably the best known of the propliopithecids (believed to be an ancestor of Old World monkeys and hominoids)...
Female Australopithecus boisei KNM ER 732 Skull
BH-026
Female Australopithecus boisei KNM ER 732 Skull1.7 MYA. Female. The Australopithecus boisei Skull KNM ER 732 was discovered in 1970 at Koobi Fora, Kenya by R. Leakey and H. Mutua and described in Nature in 1971...
Homo neanderthalensis (Child) Skull Teshik-Tash
BH-027
Homo neanderthalensis (Child) Skull Teshik-Tash70,000 YA. The Homo neanderthalensis (Child) Skull Teshik-Tash was discovered by A. Okladnikov in Uzbekistan in 1938. This skull helped establish the easternmost range of Neanderthals...
Dmanisi Homo erectus Skull
BH-028
Dmanisi Homo erectus Skull1.75 -2.0 MYA. The Dmanisi Homo erectus (ergaster) was discovered in 1999 by Abesalom Vekua, et al. in Dmanisi, Georgia. Our cast comprises the D2700 cranium and D2735 jaw. This small-brained specimen, found alongside Oldowan-like choppers and scrapers...
Sahelanthropus tchadensis Skull
BH-029
Sahelanthropus tchadensis Skull6-7 MYA. The Sahelanthropus tchadensis skull was discovered by Michael Brunet's team in Chad in 2001 and described in Nature in 2002. Some suggest that S. tchadensis existed near the time that hominids and apes separated on their evolutionary paths...
Homo neanderthalensis Skull - Sawyer/ Maley Reconstruction
BH-030
Homo neanderthalensis Skull - Sawyer/ Maley ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Skull Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Homo antecessor Skull Recreation
BH-031
Homo antecessor Skull936,000 YA. The Homo antecessor skull was discovered in 1995 by J. M. Bermudez de Castro at the Gran Dolina site in Atapuerca, Spain, and described in Science in 1997...
Homo sapiens Skull Skhul 5
BH-032
Homo sapiens Skull Skhul 5100,000 YA. The Homo sapiens Skull Skhul 5 was discovered by T. McCown near Mount Carmel, Israel in 1932. McCown first described the skull in 1936 in the Bulletin American School of Prehistoric Research (Issue 12)...
Homo floresiensis Skull BH-033
BH-033
Homo floresiensis Skull18,000 YA. The Homo floresiensis Skull (Flores Skull LB1) was discovered by P. Brown and his team on the island of Flores, Indonesia, in 2003 and reported in Nature in 2004...
Homo habilis KNM-ER 1813 Sawyer/Deak Reconstruction
BH-034
Homo habilis KNM-ER 1813 Sawyer/Deak ReconstructionComposite reconstruction by the Forensic Fossil Hominid team of G. J. Sawyer and Viktor Deak as part of their research in the production of their book, The Last Human, A Guide to 22 Species of Extinct Humans...
A. africanus Sts 71
BH-035
A. africanus Sts 712.5 MYA. A. africanus Sts 71 was discovered by R. Broom and J. Robinson in 1947 at Sterkfontein, South Africa, and described by Broom and Robinson in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology in 1949...
Australopithecus africanus Sts 52 BH-036
BH-036
Australopithecus africanus Sts 522.3-2.8 MYA. Discovered by J.T. Robinson, in Sterkfontein, South Africa in 1949. The association of Sts 52a and Sts 52b seems reasonable based on the wear patterns and occlusion of the dentition...
Peking Man Homo erectus Skull BH-038
BH-038
Homo erectus Skull - Tattersall/Sawyer RecreationThe reproduction offered here was recreated by Ian Tattersall and Gary J. Sawyer using original casts when possible. Licensed exclusively to Bone Clones, we are grateful to Tattersall and Sawyer for permitting us to cast this remarkable piece...
Ardipithecus ramidus Skull
BH-039
Ardipithecus ramidus Skull4.4 MYA. Ardipithecus ramidus was discovered by Tim White and associates in 1994 in the Afar region of Ethiopia. The Skull, Pelvis, Left Hand and Foot are currently available. The remainder of the skelton is in process...
Homo neanderthalensis Skull Forbes' Quarry Gibraltar 1
BH-040
Homo neanderthalensis Skull Forbes' Quarry Gibraltar 1This Homo neanderthalensis was found in 1848 at Forbes' Quarry in Gibraltar. The discovery of the remarkably complete female cranium actually occurred eight years before the famous finds in the Neander Valley that would serve as the type specimen for the taxon..
Homo heidelbergensis Bodo Skull and Jaw BH-041-C
BH-041-C
Homo heidelbergensis Bodo Skull and Jaw600,000 YA. This cranium known as “Bodo” was discovered by Asfaw, Whitehead and Wood in 1976 in Bodo D'ar, in the Middle Awash Valley of Ethiopia. The taxonomic designation of Homo heidelbergensis, particularly with respect to African forms, is a topic of considerable debate...
Homo heidelbergensis Bodo Skull BH-041
BH-041
Homo heidelbergensis Bodo Skull600,000 YA. This cranium known as “Bodo” was discovered by Asfaw, Whitehead and Wood in 1976 in Bodo D'ar, in the Middle Awash Valley of Ethiopia. The taxonomic designation of Homo heidelbergensis, particularly with respect to African forms, is a topic of considerable debate...
Saadanius hijazensis Skull SGS-UM 2009-002 BH-043
BH-043
Saadanius hijazensis Skull SGS-UM 2009-00228-29 MYA. The partial cranium of a fossil primate Saadanius hijazensis was discovered by paleontologist Iyad Zalmout in 2009 in the Shumaysi Formation in the Al Hijaz province in western Saudi Arabia and was excavated by a joint Saudi Geological Survey and University of Michigan team...
Australopithecus afarensis Skull A.L. 444-2
BH-044
Australopithecus afarensis Skull A.L. 444-2A.L. 444-2, in addition to being the largest Australopithecus afarensis skull found to date, was the first discovery of an associated cranium and mandible for this taxon...
Homo sapiens idaltu BOU-VP-16/1 Herto Skull BH-045
BH-045
Homo sapiens idaltu BOU-VP-16/1 Herto Skull160,000/154,000 YA. BOU-VP-16/1 was discovered in Herto, Middle Awash, Ethiopia, in 1997 by an international team led by researchers from UC Berkeley...
DNH 7 Australopithecus (Paranthropus) robustus BH-046
BH-046
DNH 7 Australopithecus (Paranthropus) robustus BH-0461.5-2 MYA. DNH 7 was discovered by A. Keyser's team in 1994 at the Drimolen site in South Africa. One of the most complete early hominin skulls found from this time period, the skull is also the first from a single individual of the Australopithecines and is presumed to be female...
Kennewick Man Skull BH-047
BH-047
Kennewick Man Skull9,000-9,500 years old. The cranium of Kennewick Man was discovered in the Columbia River in Kennewick, Washington, in late July of 1996 by Thomas and Deacy...
H. sapiens Oase Sagittal Cut Skull Without Reconstruction bh-048
BH-048
H. sapiens Oase Sagittal Cut Skull Without Reconstruction bh-04835,000 years BP. The Oase 1 Mandible and Oase 2 Cranium were both discovered in Romania from 2002 to 2005, and represent the earliest modern human remains found to date in Europe. BH-048 is an exact cast of a 3D scan printed output provided to Bone Clones...
H. sapiens Oase Skull With Reconstruction BH-049
BH-049
H. sapiens Oase Skull With Reconstruction BH-04935,000 years BP. The Oase 1 Mandible and Oase 2 Cranium were both discovered in Romania from 2002 to 2005, and represent the earliest modern human remains found to date in Europe. BH-049 contains reconstruction of elements missing from the cast of BH-048...
A robustus SK-54 Cranium Section with Punctures BHK-001
BHK-001
A robustus SK-54 Cranium Section with PuncturesAustralopithecus Robustus SK-54 Juvenile cranium section, dated at 1.5 Million years was discovered in 1949 Swartkrans, South Africa by Robert Broom and J.T. Robinson. This juvenile calotte (skull cap) possesses two 6mm puncture wounds...
Set of 9 Fossil Hominid Skulls
BH-KRO-1
Set of 9 Fossil Hominid Skulls9 milestone discoveries representing a timeline of, and the diversity in, human lineage...
Fossil Hominid Skull Set of 6
BH-KRO-2
Fossil Hominid Set of 6 skullsHominid Set of 6 skulls. We organized this set to represent a range of Fossil Hominids based on age and historical importance...
Set of 7 Primate Skulls
BH-KRO-3
Set of 7 Primate SkullsThe full sized companion set to our KAM-SET-7 set of Half Scale Primate Skulls consists of human, gorilla, and chimp Bone Clones replica skulls cast from original bone, and Australopithecus boisei, Australopithithicus afarensis, Homo erectus and Homo neanderthalensis Bone Clones...
Neanderthal and Modern Homo sapiens Comparative Set
COMP-107
Neanderthal and Modern Homo sapiens Comparative SetContains the Modern Human Pelvis, Femur and Humerus (from the Human Male Asian Skeleton SC-092-A) and the Neanderthal Pelvis, Femur and Humerus (from the Neanderthal Skeleton SC-019-A)...
From Lucy to Language CX-08
CX-08
From Lucy to LanguageIn 1974 in a remote region of Ethiopia, Donald Johanson discovered "Lucy," the oldest, best-preserved skeleton of any erect-walking human ever found. This discovery prompted a complete reevaluation of previous evidence for human origins...
Biological Anthropology
CX-10
Biological AnthropologyThis concise introduction to biological anthropology discusses the core areas of the discipline within a unique framework modeled on the scientific method...
Set of 7 Primate Skulls, 1:2 scale
KAM-SET-7
Set of 7 Primate Skulls, 1:2 scaleComplete set includes: Homo sapiens, Homo neanderthalensis, Homo erectus, Australopithecus boisei, Australopithecus afarensis, chimpanzee and gorilla. Wonderfully detailed miniatures of 7 primate skulls sculpted by Steve Wagner...
Australopithecus boisei 1:2 Scale Skull
KAM-01
Australopithecus boisei 1:2 Scale SkullNicknamed Nutcracker Man or Zinj, Australopithecus boisei was discovered by Dr. Mary Leakey in 1959 at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Mary’s husband, Louis Leakey...
Australopithecus afarensis 1:2 Scale Skull
KAM-02
Australopithecus afarensis 1:2 Scale SkullAustralopithecus afarensis or southern ape of Afar, first appeared approximately 4 million years ago in the area that is now East Africa and disappeared around 3 mya...
Chimpanzee 1:2 Scale Skull
KAM-03
Chimpanzee 1:2 Scale SkullThe chimpanzee fossil record is poor, but DNA evidence suggests that humans and chimpanzees shared a common ancestor around 6 million years ago...
Gorilla 1:2 Scale Skull
KAM-04
Gorilla 1:2 Scale SkullThe gorilla (Gorilla gorilla) is the largest living representative of the great apes, though there are larger apes in the fossil record. Like all great apes, the fossil record is poor for gorillas...
Homo erectus 1:2 Scale Skull
KAM-05
Homo erectus 1:2 Scale SkullWhen Dr. Eugene Dubois discovered the first Homo erectus fossils in Java in 1891, he named the species Pithecanthropus erectus, the ape-man who walks upright...
Homo neanderthalensis Half Scale Skul
KAM-06
Homo neanderthalensis 1:2 Scale SkullWhether you call Homo neanderthalensis, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis is also used, a Neanderthal or a Neanderthal (both spellings exist), you are describing a group of ancient people who lived in Europe and the Near East around 200,000 to 30,000 years ago...
Homo sapiens 1:2 Scale Skull
KAM-07
Homo sapiens 1:2 Scale SkullThe modern human, Homo sapiens, wise man, may have evolved in Africa about 100,000 years ago. Migrations to Europe, Asia and the Americas followed...
Australopithecus afarensis, lucy, cranium fragments
KO-036-C
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", cranium fragmentsAustralopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", cranium fragments KO-036-C .Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia, "Lucy", at 3.2 million years, has ...
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", femur
KO-036-F
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", femurAustralopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", femur KO-036-F Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia, "Lucy", at 3.2 million yea ...
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", Assembled Femur
KO-036-FA
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", Assembled FemurAssembled Femur from the Australopithecus afarensis A.L. 288-1 skeleton known as Lucy. Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia...
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", Jaw
KO-036-J
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", jawAustralopithecus afarensis, "Lucy" A.L. 288-1, jaw KO-036-J. Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia, "Lucy", at 3.2 mil ...
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", Innominate
KO-036-P
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", InnominateInnominate from the Australopithecus afarensis A.L. 288-1 skeleton known as “Lucy.” Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia, Lucy, at 3.2 million years, At 3.2 million years, this discovery is considered to be among the most significant finds representing early stages in human evolution..
Australopithecus afarensis Lucy Pelvis Articulated KO-036-PA
KO-036-PA
Australopithecus afarensis "Lucy" Pelvis, ArticulatedWe constructed the "Lucy" pelvis by using casts of the left innominate and sacrum, which were part of the discovery. The right innominate (colored gray) is a reconstruction...
Australopithecus afarensis Lucy Pelvis Disarticulated KO-036-PD
KO-036-PD
Australopithecus afarensis "Lucy" Pelvis, DisarticulatedWe constructed the "Lucy" pelvis by using casts of the left innominate and sacrum, which were part of the discovery. The right innominate (colored gray) is a reconstruction...
Australopithecus afarensis, “Lucy”, Innominate, Sacrum and Femur Set
KO-36-PF
Australopithecus afarensis, “Lucy”, Innominate, Sacrum and Femur SetThis set of five pieces includes the Innominate, Sacrum and Femur (in 3 parts). These postcranial parts are from the SC-036-A, Australopithecus afarensis A.L. 288-1...
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy"- innominate & sacrum
KO-036-PS
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy" - Innominate & sacrumAustralopithecus afarensis, "Lucy" Innominate & Sacrum KO-036-PS. Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia, "Luc ...
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", sacrum
KO-036-S
Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", sacrumAustralopithecus afarensis, "Lucy" A.L. 288-1, sacrum KO-036-S. Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia, "Lucy", at 3.2 ...
Homo neanderthalensis Shanidar 1 Humerus, atrophied KO-064
KO-064
Homo neanderthalensis Shanidar 1 Humerus, atrophied40,000-73,000 BP. The nearly complete skeleton of Shanidar 1 was discovered by a team led by Ralph Solecki in 1957 in Northern (Kurdish) Iraq. This adult male (probably 40-45 years old) likely died as the result of a rockfall in the cave and died in place (Solecki, 1957)...
Neanderthal Atlas Reconstruction
KO-077
Neanderthal Atlas ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Atlas Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Clavicle Reconstruction
KO-078
Neanderthal Clavicle ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Clavicle Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Thorax Assembly Reconstruction
KO-079
Neanderthal Thorax Assembly ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Thorax Assembly Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Scapula Reconstruction
KO-080
Neanderthal Scapula ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Scapula Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Pelvis Reconstruction
KO-081
Neanderthal Pelvis ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Pelvis Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Femur Reconstruction
KO-082
Neanderthal Femur ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Femur Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Humerus Reconstruction
KO-083
Neanderthal Humerus ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Humerus Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Pelvis Femur and Humerus Set
KO-084
Neanderthal Pelvis Femur and Humerus SetAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Pelvis Femur and Humerus Set Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Skull Pelvis Femur and Humerus Set
KO-085
Neanderthal Skull Pelvis Femur and Humerus SetAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Skull Pelvis Femur and Humerus Set Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Hand Reconstruction
KO-086
Neanderthal Hand ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Hand Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Foot Reconstruction
KO-087
Neanderthal Foot ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Foot Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Patella Reconstruction
KO-088
Neanderthal Patella ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Patella Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Radius Reconstruction
KO-089
Neanderthal Radius ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Radius Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Ulna Reconstruction
KO-090
Neanderthal Ulna ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Ulna Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Tibia and Fibula Reconstruction
KO-091
Neanderthal Tibia and Fibula ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Tibia and Fibula Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Hyoid
KO-135
Neanderthal HyoidThis specimen is based on the 1983 discovery in Kebara Cave, Israel and is virtually identical to the hyoid bones found in modern humans. This important discovery demonstrates that Neanderthals had the capacity for speech and possibly language...
Australopithecus anamensis Cranial and Postcranial Set
KO-136
Australopithecus anamensis Cranial and Postcranial SetFirst described by Leakey, et.al. in 1995, additional specimens were described by Leakey, et.al. in 1998. A complete morphology by Ward, Leakey and Walker was published in 2001 in the Journal of Human Evolution Volume 41, Issue 4, October 2001, Pages 255-368. The fossils described all date between 3.9 and 4.4 MYA...
Australopithecus africanus Sts 14 Pelvis
KO-195-PD
Australopithecus africanus Sts 14 Pelvis2.5 MYA. Discovered in 1947 by Broom and Robinson in Sterkfontein, South Africa. Broom and Robinson had made the discovery of “Mrs. Ples” (Sts 5) at the same cave site earlier that year. Because the pelvis is small, they considered it to be female...
Homo habilis OH 7 Jaw
KO-196
Homo habilis OH 7 Jaw1.7 MYA. The Homo habilis Mandible OH 7 was discovered by J. Leakey in 1960 at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, and described by Leakey, Tobias, and Napier in Nature in 1964...
Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481 Femur KO-211
KO-211
Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481 Femur1.89 MYA. Discovered in Koobi Fora, Kenya, by John Harris in 1972. KNM-ER 1481 is a rare fossil find of a knee joint. Both the set and the femur alone are available...
Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481 Knee Joint KO-211-KJ
KO-211-KJ
Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481 Knee Joint1.89 MYA. Discovered in Koobi Fora, Kenya, by John Harris in 1972. KNM-ER 1481 is a rare example of a fossil knee joint...
Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481 Femur and partial Tibia KO-211-PR
KO-211-PR
Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481 Femur and partial Tibia1.89 MYA. Discovered in Koobi Fora, Kenya, by John Harris in 1972. KNM-ER 1481 is a rare fossil find of a knee joint. Both the set and the femur alone are available...
Homo habilis OH-8 Foot KO-242
KO-242
Homo habilis OH-8 Foot1.8 MYA. Discovered in 1960 by the Leakey team in Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. The most complete foot of any early hominin, OH 8 retains a nearly whole set of tarsals and metatarsals...
Set of 4th Metatarsals from Human, AL 333-160 A. afarensis, Chimpanzee and Gorilla KO-390-4MT-SET
KO-390-4MT-SET
Set of 4th Metatarsals from Human, AL 333-160 A. afarensis, Chimpanzee and Gorilla KO-390-4MT-SETThe 4th metatarsal is considered to be one of the key clues for determining whether a species is bipedal or not. Some characteristics of this bone (torsion, orientation of the ends of the bone) are associated with longitudinal and transverse arches in the foot...
Australopithecus afarensis A.L. 129 1a + 1b  Knee Joint KO-392-KJ
KO-392-KJ
Australopithecus afarensis A.L. 129 1a + 1b Knee Joint3.4 MYA. Discovered in Hadar, Ethiopia by Johanson in 1973, this knee joint was the first of many hominin bones found at this site...
Australopithecus afarensis A.L. 333-160 AL 333-160 Metatarsal KO-393-MET
KO-393-MET
Australopithecus afarensis A.L. 333-160 AL 333-160 Metatarsal3.2 MYA. This complete fourth metatarsal was discovered in 2000 in Hadar, Ethiopia, at the AL 333 site, where more than 250 hominin bones have been discovered...
Homo ergaster pelvis assembly - KNM-WT 15000
KO-312-P
Homo ergaster pelvis assembly - KNM-WT 15000Homo ergaster KNM-WT 15000 Pelvis Assembly KO-313-P. from the H. ergaster skeleton...
Banded Flint Hand-Axe Replica
MS-001
Fossil Hominid Tool Banded Flint Hand-AxeAcheulian Banded Hand-Axe (Flint), South West Morocco. Acheulean tools (approximately 2.0 mya – 200,000) are associated with Homo erectus. The hand-axe is an excellent example of the primitive knapping skills of early Homo...
Bi-facial Hand-Axe
MS-002
Fossil Hominid Tool Bi-facial Hand-AxeMousterian, Roy-en-Somme dept. France, 40,000 - 120,000 year old, Neanderthal Triangular, Bi-facial Hand-Axe...
Levallois Blade
MS-003
Fossil Hominid Tool Levallois BladeMousterian, Verberie Oise dept. France. Distinct from Acheulian; Bi-facial ovate point on a Levallois Blade...
Bi-facial Hand-Axe
MS-004
Fossil Hominid Tool Bi-facial Hand-AxeMid Acheulian, Montealeure Del Castillo Albacete province of Spain. Cordiform Bi-facial Hand-Axe...
Tool Scraper
MS-005
Fossil Hominid Tool ScraperMousterian Cairo, Egypt 40,000 year old scraper...
Bi-facial Hand-Axe
MS-006
Fossil Hominid Tool Bi-facial Hand-AxeAcheulian, Fo. Ergtitersine, Libia, - 250,000 BC...
Fossil Hominid Tools
MS-99-SET
Fossil Hominid Tools set of 6Set of 6 fossil hominid tools which includes both Acheulian and Mousterian...
Set of 21 Neanderthal Tools
MS-100-SET
Set of 21 Neanderthal ToolsThis set of 21 tools, which includes awls, axes, knives, scrapers, cores and hammer, was collected between 2000 and 2004 in Romania. While collectors searched the hundreds of caves in the Romanian Valley looking for fossil cave bears, these tools were discovered. According to Steve Wilson, who once owned the originals...
Set of 6 Neanderthal Mousterian Tools
MS-100-6-SET
Set of 6 Neanderthal Mousterian ToolsThis set of 6 artifacts includes sample awls, axes, knives, scrapers, cores and a hammer from the complete collection of 21 Neanderthal Mousterian tools collected between 2000 and 2004 in Romania. An excellent partial collection of hominid tools at a lesser price than the individual specimens purchased separately...
Set of 6 Fossil Hominid Tools From Africa
MS-201-SET
Set of 6 Fossil Hominid ToolsThis set of 6 Oldowan and Acheulean artifacts includes hand axes, choppers, a cleaver and spheroid tool from East Africa. Individual specimens may be purchased separately or at a savings if purchased as a collection...
Farpoint Clovis Spear Point
MS-220
Farpoint Clovis Spear PointThe 8-inch Farpoint Clovis spearpoint was found in 2005 by Edgar Perez at a residential construction site in Malibu. The first such artifact found on the West Coast...
Lucy Poster
PE-01
Lucy PosterSupplied in a labeled tube, this poster in vivid color and suitable for framing makes an excellent gift for your favorite anthropologist...
Articulated Homo ergaster Skeleton KNM-WT 15000 Nariokotome Boy
SC-012-A
Articulated Homo ergaster Skeleton1.6 MYA. This Homo ergaster skeleton was discovered in 1984 in Nariokotome, Kenya by Richard Leakey (and described as H. erectus)...
Disarticulated Homo ergaster Skeleton KNM-WT 15000 Nariokotome Boy
SC-012-D
Disarticulated Homo ergaster Skeleton, KNM-WT 15000 "Nariokotome Boy"This Homo ergaster skeleton was discovered in 1984 in Nariokotome, Kenya by Richard Leakey (and described as H. erectus). This is the first skeleton dated before 100,000 years that is complete enough to get accurate measurements...
Homo ergaster Femur
SC-012-F
Homo ergaster FemurThis Homo ergaster femur was one of the skeletal elements discovered in 1984 in Nariokotome, Kenya by Richard Leakey (and described as H. erectus)...
Homo ergaster pelvis and femur - KNM-WT 15000
SC-012-PF
Homo ergaster pelvis and femur - KNM-WT 15000Homo ergaster pelvis and femur- KNM-WT 15000- SC-012-PF. from the Homo ergaster Skeleton SC-012. See below. ...
Articulated Neanderthal Skeleton
SC-019
Articulated Neanderthal SkeletonAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal skeleton was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Disarticulated Neanderthal Skeleton
SC-019-D
Disarticulated Neanderthal SkeletonAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal skeleton was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Neanderthal Pelvis Femur Reconstruction
SC-019-PF
Neanderthal Pelvis Femur ReconstructionAvailable exclusively from Bone Clones®, this Neanderthal Neanderthal Pelvis Femur Reconstruction was reconstructed by Anthropologist Gary J. Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural History and Blaine C. Maley, Anthropology Department, Washington University...
Articulated Lucy Skeleton
SC-036-A
Articulated "Lucy" SkeletonBone Clones® original reconstruction using previously prepared parts from the Disarticulated version and adding some bones, such as all the neck vertebrae along with brass parts to indicate missing parts. Sets and individual skeletal bones available...
Articulated Walking Lucy Skeleton
SC-036-AW
Articulated Walking "Lucy" SkeletonBy extrapolating from several sources, we created brass parts to indicate missing skeletal elements. Note that the arms and legs of the articulated skeleton in the walking position are rigid and fixed...
Disarticulated Australopithecus afarensis-"Lucy", A.L.288-1-Skeleton
SC-036-D
Disarticulated Australopithecus afarensis-"Lucy", A.L.288-1-SkeletonDiscovered by Donald Johanson in 1974 in Ethiopia, "Lucy", at 3.2 million years has been considered the first human. This is now being challenged by the discovery of Kenyanthropus, described in 2001 by Leakey...
Ardipithecus ramidus Disarticulated Pelvis
SC-039-PD
Ardipithecus ramidus Disarticulated PelvisDisarticulated pelvis from out Ardipithecus ramidus Skeleton...
Ardipithecus ramidus Articulated Hand
SC-039-184-A
Ardipithecus ramidus Articulated HandArticulated Hand from out Ardipithecus ramidus Skeleton...
Ardipithecus ramidus Disarticulated Hand
SC-039-184-D
Ardipithecus ramidus Disarticulated HandDisarticulated Hand from out Ardipithecus ramidus Skeleton...
Ardipithecus ramidus Articulated Foot
SC-039-185-A
Ardipithecus ramidus Articulated FootArticulated Foot from out Ardipithecus ramidus Skeleton...
Ardipithecus ramidus Disarticulated Foot
SC-039-185-D
Ardipithecus ramidus Disarticulated FootDisarticulated Foot from out Ardipithecus ramidus Skeleton...
Anthropology T-shirt
TS-01A
Anthropology T-shirtOur Bone Clones® Anthropology T-shirt features images of Chimp, Hominid and Human skulls on a chocolate colored frame. T-shirt is khaki colored. 100% cotton. All shirts available in Small, Medium, Large and X-Large...
   

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