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Sahelanthropus tchadensis
Sahelanthropus tchadensis - TM 266-01-060-1.jpg
Cast of a Sahelanthropus tchadensis skull (Toumai)
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Primates
Family: Hominidae
Subfamily: Homininae
Tribe: Hominini
Subtribe: Hominina
Genus: Sahelanthropus''
et al., 2002[1]
Species: ''S. tchadensis''
Binomial name
Sahelanthropus tchadensis
Brunet et al., 2002

Sahelanthropus tchadensis is an extinct hominid species that is dated to about 7 ẹgbẹgbẹ̀rún ọdún sẹ́yìn. Whether it can be regarded as part of the Hominina tree is unclear; there are arguments both supporting and rejecting it. Another complication in its classification is that it is older than the human-chimpanzee divergence (estimated to 6.3 to 5.4 ẹgbẹgbẹ̀rún ọdún sẹ́yìn) seen in genetic data,[2] and that there are few if any specimens other than the partial cranium known as Toumaï.

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  1. Usually, all authors of a taxon description are cited. In this case they are so many however that for layout reasons the list is abbreviated. The full citation is:
    Brunet, Guy, Pilbeam, Mackaye, Likius, Ahounta, Beauvilain, Blondel, Bocherens, Boisserie, De Bonis, Coppens, Dejax, Denys, Duringer, Eisenmann, Fanone, Fronty, Geraads, Lehmann, Lihoreau, Louchart, Mahamat, Merceron, Mouchelin, Otero, Pelaez Campomanes, Ponce de León, Rage, Sapanet, Schuster, Sudre, Tassy, Valentin, Vignaud, Viriot, Zazzo, & Zollikofer, 2002.
  2. "Evolution's human and chimp twist". BBC. May 18, 2006. Retrieved April 2010.