Homo sapiens (primate)

Abundance: 0.02 to 70.10% (median 4.03%)

Latitudinal range: -29.3° to 67.8°

Habitats: (18), Mediterranean woodland (1), mangrove (1), montane grassland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (9), temperate savanna (1), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (10), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (5), tropical/subtropical savanna (4), tundra (1)

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Found in 51 samples

Bangladesh: Sundarbans East Wildlife Sanctuary

Burkina Faso: Arly National Park (2017)

Canada: Old Crow River Loc. 11A (square S30E120), McNichol Creek (house depression), McNichol Creek (midden), Irving-Johnston, St. Brieux (winter 2011), St. Brieux (spring 2012)

China: Hunchun National Reserve (winter), Hunchun National Reserve (summer)

Colombia: Puracé National Park - Cusiyaco Lagoon

Ethiopia: Belete-Gera National Forest Priority Area (natural forest), Belete-Gera National Forest Priority Area (coffee forest)

France: Salève

India: Similipal Tiger Reserve (camera traps), Akole Tahsil, Bharatpur and Jagannathprasad

Indonesia: Bawean Island (wet season), Bawean Island (dry season)

Italy: Western Trento Province (2012)

Japan: Fujiyoshida City

Malaysia: Merapoh

Myanmar: Hukaung Valley Wildlife Sanctuary (Outside the Core), Kweenkoh, Mae Nyaw Kee South

Nepal: Limi Valley

Paraguay: Isla Alta

Poland: Borsuka Cave (Level VI)

Republic of the Congo: Odzala-Kokoua National Park, Kouilou Département

Romania: Southern Transylvania

South Africa: Drakensberg Midlands, Equus Cave (unit 1A), Equus Cave (unit 1B)

Thailand: Khao Yai National Park

Turkey: Ciglikara Nature Reserve, Koycegiz Wildlife Development Reserve

United States: North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River, McLelland, Croley-Evans, Black Cat Cave (Test Unit 1), Edwin Harness Mound, Pine Hill, Otter Creek No. 2 (Zone 3), Meyer Cave, Polecat Creek (alluvial gravel), Schulze Cave (layer B), Schulze Cave (layer C1), Schulze Cave (layer C2)

Yemen: Hawf

Zimbabwe: Ingwezi Game Management Project

See also Homo, Homo sp.