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Sep 11th 2014 at 8:10:43 PM •••

I'm not sure H Heidelbergensis should be anywhere near this list. Their skulls were as big, and even a little larger than humans. We don't really know how "civilized" or otherwise they may have been. Even if they stay on here, the dimensions should be corrected, their are neither that tall, nor that heavy on average.

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Sep 12th 2014 at 1:56:02 AM •••

They are only listed because of ther height? The trope requires far more than that, so I've pulled the entry:

  • Homo heidelbergensis, an ancestor of both modern humans and neanderthals, stood at an average height of 1.8m (5'11") and an estimated weight of 100 kg (220 lbs.) In southern Africa numerous individuals have been found that surpassed heights of 2.1m (6'3"+.)

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