Neanthropic



[nee-an-throp-ik] /ˌni ænˈθrɒp ɪk/

adjective, Anthropology.
1.
of or relating to modern forms of humans as compared with extinct species of the genus Homo.
neanthropic
(nē’ən-thrŏp’ĭk)
Relating to members of the extant species Homo sapiens as compared with other, now extinct species of Homo.

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