The study of certain prehistoric hominids who, it is theorised, may bear some relation to homo sapiens.
These creatures were primitive hunter-gatherers, subsisting on a diet of bears, wolves and caribou, and armed with only the most primitive varmint-rifles and rudimentary helicopters. Their cranial capacity is estimated at one quarter that of homo sapiens, though archaeological evidence suggests they had attained the basic skills of flint-working, fire-making, and gratuitous self-publicity.
It is believed they held a peculiarly close relationship with the species vulpes vulpes, and were in fact dependent on Fox for survival.
Hoccimum Folksiensis, a primitive form of tool-using hominid, which possessed rudimentary thumbs but no autocue ability.
Palintology: proudly regressing human knowledge one Heck at a time.