Sahelanthropus.com is about Toumai, an Extinct Hominid Species. Been known as toumai, the Sahelanthropus tchadensis is a prehstoric hominid species. Hominids are also known as great apes, which they include: Chimpanzees, gorillas, humans, and orangutans. Fossil hominids are known to contain a variety of evidence of human evolution. Its known that the most recent ancestor of the hominids lived 14 million years ago. A majority of anthropologists and scientists are known to use the term hominids, which defines humans and the direct near ancestors. The hominids are known to be the name given to all humans and their relatives that are extinct.
There are several theories of its existence which was dated about 7 million years such as: That the Sahelanthropus tchadensis or toumai species was regarded as part of the Hominina tree, the Sahelanthropus or toumai species is older than the human chimpanzee divergence, which is estimated to 6.3 to 5.4 million years ago and that the Sahelanthropus tchadensis or toumai is a failed sub species of the gorilla that became extinct during its migration to Africa after the Flood.
Sahelanthroupus.com shows the relationship between the Sahelanthropus tchadensis and human evolution. Darwin's evolution theories can be found also in this website. They illustrate the toumai history to help understand the evolution of humanity, the human species timeline and the theory of evolution in general. The theory of evolution states that the life on the Earth is developed from simple to complex organisms. The Darwin evolution theory basically states the following: A species is a population of organisms, which breeds and has fertile offspring and living organisms have descended from species, which lived before them. This evolution has happened through the following factors: More organisms are produced than the ones that can survive because of the limitation of resources, the species that are adapted effectively will survive and other species will extinct, most organisms struggle because of the necessities of life, adapted organisms are more likely to reproduce and survive, which will provide copies of their genes to the following generation.
Some scientists claim that Toumai is not hominid at all. Some skeletons of the Sahelanthropus tchadensis or toumai that were found by scientists, revealing the species is related to the human body and as well to humankind. These fossils were discovered in the desert of Djurab located in Chad. They were discovered by a group of five discoverers by the names of: Michel Brunet, Djimdoumalbaye Ahounta, Gongdibé Fanoné, Adoum Mahamat and Alain Beauvilain. The fossils of the Sahelanthropus where found starting July of 2001 through March of 2002. These group of discoverers stated that the Sahelanthropus tchadensis is the oldest human ancestor after the separation of the human line from chimpanzees. Here, at sahelanthropus.com you will find all information related to the evolution of humanity and toumai.