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Since he had a smaller brain case than the norm, he was obviously an early conservative.
Seriously, it's possible that there will be some changes in how categorization is done, and many of those that are now considered separate may well come to be considered regional variants. Morphologically, there is a considerable breadth of skeletal variation between modern humans. Even though all humans are equally intelligent, and are all the same species, looking at the variation among humans could cause an anthropologist who had only skeletal structures to go by to wonder if perhaps there were more than one species within the range of what we now know to be just one - Sapiens. As we all know, every human alive today has about one to four percent Neanderthal genes, and far more than that many Erectus genes.