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homo perianensis

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  • steve
    ... Someone else came up with the same correct classification? Or is someone else on Loren Colman s list. He does -not- like the perianensis nomenclature. But
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 16, 2004
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      On Sat, 2004-10-30 at 16:33 +0000, mythsoc@yahoogroups.com wrote:

      > Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 15:38:54 -0700
      > From: Alan Kellogg <mythusmage@...>
      > Subject: Re: Re: The latest on homo perianensis
      >
      > >In a message dated 10/28/4 7:26:24 PM, Alan Kellogg wrote:
      > >
      > ><<Not quite. According to those who are studying the orang pendak it's
      > >appearance is more that of an orang utang with an upright posture.
      > >They are also around 5 feet tall according to the accounts. H.
      > >Floresiensis only got to about 3 feet in height. The orang pendak is
      > >also not known to be a tool maker or fire user.
      > >>>
      > >
      > >This doesn't jibe with the many stories I've heard about the _orang pendek_
      > >(not "pendak"). The account of their height varies, but they're usually
      > >described as much more human-like than orangutans -- notably, in
      > >many cases, as
      > >having a full head of long hair. It's true that I've never heard of
      > >their using
      > >fire, but there are stories where they throw darts. I suspect you're
      > >dealing with
      > >a particular local tradition.

      Someone else came up with the same correct classification? Or is someone
      else on Loren Colman's list. He does -not- like the perianensis
      nomenclature.

      But then how do you deal with LB1? Lobelia Baggins 1?
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