Homo habilis

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Homo habilis skull

Evolutionists believe that Homo habilis was an early member of the genus homo that lived from about 2.5 million years ago to about 1.8 million years ago. According to them, it was followed by Homo ergaster. Young Earth creationists reject the evolutionary timescale and believe that Homo habilis were humans or apes drowned in the Great Flood about 5,500 years ago.