What is the concept underlying modern scientific understanding of human origins?

Modern ideas about the origin of man are based on the concept according to which man left the animal world, and the first scientific evidence in favor of this concept was presented by Charles Darwin in his work “The Descent of Man and Sexual Selection” (1871). Scientists believe that the evolutionary line of hominids begins from some group of Driopithecus (an extinct group of higher apes).

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