name for bipedal primates belangin tae the mammalian genus Homo
(Reguidit frae Body)

Bodies ar bipedal primates belangin tae the mammalian genus Homo (fae Laitin: Hūmānō or "the same") in the faimily Hominidae (the great apes).[1][2] Compeart wi ither genus', bodies hae unco developit harns capable o abstract raesonin, leid, an introspection. This mental capabeelitie, soudered wi an erect bouk cairiage that frees thair ower limms fer maneepulatin objects, haes alloud bodies tae mak faur mair uiss o tuils than onie ither genus. DNA evidents suggests that "modren" bodies (aft times cawd "Humans" in Ingils) oreeginatit in Africae aboot 200,000 year syne.[3] Bodies nou wone in aw continents an in laich Yird orbit, wi the hail nummer o indwallers ower 7.2 thoosand million as o December 2015.[4]


  1. Goodman M, Tagle D, Fitch D, Bailey W, Czelusniak J, Koop B, Benson P, Slightom J (1990). "Primate evolution at the DNA level and a classification of hominoids". J Mol Evol. 30 (3): 260–6. PMID 2109087.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors leet (link)
  2. "Hominidae Classification". Animal Diversity Web @ UMich. Retrieved 25 September 2006.
  3. "The Smithsonian Institution, Human Origins Program". Archived frae the original on 15 October 2007. Retrieved 9 Apryle 2008.
  4. "World POPClock Projection". U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division/International Programs Center. Retrieved 7 December 2015.