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Human Origins, Hominin Fossils, Biological Anthropology
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Human evolution is more a muddy delta than a branching tree via
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Jimbob Blinkhorn Dec 10
A wet, wintery visit to Skhul - home of some of the oldest known Homo sapiens in Eurasia
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Researchers suggest 'Little Foot' is an entirely new species of early human via
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Roberto Sáez 12h
Homo ergaster y la mutación en el gen MYH16
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South African skeleton shows humans learned to walk upright in the trees via
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Roberto Sáez 19h
Seven Million Years of Human Evolution - a great 6' video by
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PaleoAnthropology+ Dec 9
Replying to @Qafzeh
'Spectacular' mummified ice age wolf pup, caribou calf found at Yukon mine sites
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The Ice Age Dec 9
Another wonderful cave bear from Chauvet Cave. This image was expertly rendered in the Alcove of the Lions over 30,000 years ago Photo source
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PaleoAnthropology+ Dec 9
50,000 year old tiara made of woolly mammoth ivory found in world famous Denisova Cave via
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PaleoAnthropology+ Dec 9
How Did We Get to Be Human?
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PaleoAnthropology+ Dec 9
The Planet Has Seen Sudden Warming Before. It Wiped Out Almost Everything.
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Roberto Sáez Dec 9
13 descubrimientos de arte rupestre en cuevas vascas desde 2010
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PaleoAnthropology+ Dec 9
This broken gene may have turned our ancestors into marathoners—and helped humans conquer the world
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See Nature Reclaim Abandoned Places via
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PaleoAnthropology+ Dec 9
VIDEO - Tool Use and Technology: The Collective Brain via
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Cranium of a four-million-year-old hominin shows similarities to that of modern humans via
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Roberto Sáez Dec 8
Replying to @physorg_com
For early humans, cannibalism more than just a meal vía
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