RAMAPITHECUS
(räməpəthē´kəs, –pĬth´ə–),
Ramapithecus, fossil primate
genus dating from the Middle
and Late Miocene epochs (about
16.6 to 5.3 million years ago).
F...
The first Ramapithecus fossils (fragments of an
upper jaw and some teeth) were discovered in
1932 in fossil deposits in th...
EVOLUTION OF
RAMAPITHECUS
Ramapithecus is claimed by evolutionists to have emerged
12-14 million years ago and is believed to be one of the
earliest...
ORANGUTAN RAMAPITHEC
US
IBA PANG
LARAWAN NG
RAMAPITHECUS
RAMAPITHECUS IS
MAN’S ANCESTOR
Ramapithecus. Some textbooks still claim that
Ramapithecus is man’s ancestor, an intermediate
between man and some apelike...
EVOLUTIONISTS’ SOURCE OF
INSPIRATION WAS A SINGLE
JAWBONE!
The first Ramapithecus fossil discovered
consisted of a partial...
RAMAPITHECUS IS NOT
THE ANCESTOR OF
HUMAN
A Ramapithecus
skull and
drawings by
evolutionists
based upon it
Ramapithecus is not
the ancestor of
humans, as depicted
i...
Ramapithecus was once considered to be
partially man-like, but is now known to be fully
ape-like.
Like Eckhardt, Richard L...
Unlike the U shape in monkeys,
the structure of the human jaw is
parabolic (more V-shaped), in such
a way as to permit spe...
But the reconstructions made by Elwyn Simons in
1961, based on a piece of the Ramapithecus lower
jaw and code-numbered YPM...
However, a 1982 article in Science magazine called “Humans
Lose an Early Ancestor” declared that this new transitional for...
MAIKLING
KAALAMAN
TUNGKOL SA
RAMAPITHECUS
 may apat na bagay sa katawan
ang ginagamit
 Foramen Magnum ~ butas sa
bungo na nagdurugtong sa gulud
 mas malaki ang u...
PROJECT IN
ARALING
PANLIPUNAN
IPINASA NILA:
DYLA LORRAINNE V. AZURIN
CRISTINE ELIZA VENERACION
KYLA DE GUZMAN
KEN RUZZLE BOMBARDA
REDENTOR SOBREMONTE
IPINASA KAY:
GNG. LORENZA R. GARCIA
GURO
GODBLESS YOUTODAY ANDALWAYS
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  • RAMAPITHECUS
  • EVOLUTION OF RAMAPITHECUS
  • RAMAPITHECUS
  • Iba pang larawan tungkol sa ramapithecus
  • RAMAPITHECUS IS MAN’S ANCESTOR
  • RAMAPITHECUS IS NOT AN ANCESTOR OF HUMAN
  • MAIKLING KAALAMAN TUNGKOL SA RAMAPITHECUS
  • PROJECT IN ARALING PANLIPUNAN
  • DYLA LORRAINNE V. AZURIN
    CRISTINE ELIZA VENERACION
    KYLA DE GUZMAN
    KEN RUZZLE BOMBARDA
    JEFFREY MORCILLA
    REDENTOR SOBREMONTE
  • GODBLESS YOU TODAY AND ALWAYS
  • Project in araling panlipunan (1 st quarter)

    1. 1. RAMAPITHECUS (räməpəthē´kəs, –pĬth´ə–),
    2. 2. Ramapithecus, fossil primate genus dating from the Middle and Late Miocene epochs (about 16.6 to 5.3 million years ago). For a time in the 1960s and ’70s Ramapithecus was thought to be the first direct ancestor of modern humans.
    3. 3. The first Ramapithecus fossils (fragments of an upper jaw and some teeth) were discovered in 1932 in fossil deposits in the Siwālik hills of northern India. No significance was attached to these fossils until 1960, when Elwyn Simons of Yale University began studying them and fit the jaw fragments together. Based on his observations of the shape of the jaw and of the dentition—which he thought were transitional between those of apes and humans—Simons advanced the theory that Ramapithecus represented the first step in the evolutionary divergence of humans from the common hominoid stock that produced modern apes and humans.
    4. 4. EVOLUTION OF RAMAPITHECUS
    5. 5. Ramapithecus is claimed by evolutionists to have emerged 12-14 million years ago and is believed to be one of the earliest known creatures to be on the direct line of descent to man. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2001, states, "Fossils of Ramapithecus were discovered in N India and in E Africa, beginning in 1932. Although it was generally an apelike creature, Ramapithecus was considered a possible human ancestor on the basis of the reconstructed jaw and dental characteristics of fragmentary fossils. A complete jaw discovered in 1976 was clearly non-hominid, however, and Ramapithecus is now regarded by many as a member of Sivapithecus, a genus considered to be an ancestor of the orangutan."
    6. 6. ORANGUTAN RAMAPITHEC US
    7. 7. IBA PANG LARAWAN NG RAMAPITHECUS
    8. 8. RAMAPITHECUS IS MAN’S ANCESTOR
    9. 9. Ramapithecus. Some textbooks still claim that Ramapithecus is man’s ancestor, an intermediate between man and some apelike ancestor. This mistaken belief resulted from piecing together, in 1932, fragments of upper teeth and bones into the two large pieces shown in the upper left. This was done so the shape of the jaw resembled the parabolic arch of man, shown in the upper right. In 1977, a complete lower jaw of Ramapithecus was found. The true shape of the jaw was not parabolic, but rather U- shaped, distinctive of apes.
    10. 10. EVOLUTIONISTS’ SOURCE OF INSPIRATION WAS A SINGLE JAWBONE! The first Ramapithecus fossil discovered consisted of a partial jaw, broken into two pieces. Evolutionist artists, however, had no difficulty in portraying Ramapithecus and even his family and habitat, based solely on these jaw fragments.
    11. 11. RAMAPITHECUS IS NOT THE ANCESTOR OF HUMAN
    12. 12. A Ramapithecus skull and drawings by evolutionists based upon it Ramapithecus is not the ancestor of humans, as depicted in these drawings, merely a species of ape.
    13. 13. Ramapithecus was once considered to be partially man-like, but is now known to be fully ape-like. Like Eckhardt, Richard Leakey had his doubts about Ramapithecus. According to Leakey, it was far too early to come to any definite decision about Ramapithecus, which consisted of a few jawbones. Leakey summarized his thoughts in these words: “The case for Ramapithecus as a hominid is not substantial, and the fragmentary material leaves many questions open.
    14. 14. Unlike the U shape in monkeys, the structure of the human jaw is parabolic (more V-shaped), in such a way as to permit speech, and this had been known for a long time. It was thought that Ramapithecus possessed a parabolic jaw like that of humans.
    15. 15. But the reconstructions made by Elwyn Simons in 1961, based on a piece of the Ramapithecus lower jaw and code-numbered YPM 13799, showed a totally parabolic structure in all teeth except for the incisors. That reconstruction was accepted by a number of authors and used in various studies. In 1969, however, Genet and Varcin showed that using the exact same fragments, different reconstructions could also be made with a U shape just like that in monkeys.. Furthermore, many living species of monkey possess the same characteristics as Ramapithecus. One baboon (Theropithecus galada) living at high elevations in Ethiopia is short, with a deep face and shorter incisors than other monkeys, just like Ramapithecus and the Australopithcines.
    16. 16. However, a 1982 article in Science magazine called “Humans Lose an Early Ancestor” declared that this new transitional form was erroneous and nothing more than an extinct orangutan: A group of creatures once thought to be our oldest ancestors may have just been firmly bumped out of the human family tree, according to Harvard University paleontologist David Pilbeam. Many paleontologists have maintained that ramamorphs are our oldest known ancestors, evolving after we split away from the African apes. But these conclusions were drawn from little more than a few jaw bones and some teeth. The heavy jaw and thickly enameled teeth resemble those of early human ancestors,” says Pilbeam, but in more significant aspects, such as the shape of its palate, the closely set eye sockets that are higher than they are broad, and the shape of the jaw joint, it looks more like an orangutan ancestor.
    17. 17. MAIKLING KAALAMAN TUNGKOL SA RAMAPITHECUS
    18. 18.  may apat na bagay sa katawan ang ginagamit  Foramen Magnum ~ butas sa bungo na nagdurugtong sa gulud  mas malaki ang utak sa Bakulaw  mas malaki ng kaunti ang panga  1910, India  hango sa epiko ng Ramayana, Rama dakilang tagapagtangol  pantay ang ngipin
    19. 19. PROJECT IN ARALING PANLIPUNAN
    20. 20. IPINASA NILA: DYLA LORRAINNE V. AZURIN CRISTINE ELIZA VENERACION KYLA DE GUZMAN KEN RUZZLE BOMBARDA REDENTOR SOBREMONTE
    21. 21. IPINASA KAY: GNG. LORENZA R. GARCIA GURO GODBLESS YOUTODAY ANDALWAYS
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