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Human Origins, Hominin Fossils, Biological Anthropology
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Barbara J King Mar 24
ICYMI my review of Richard Wrangham's The Goodness Paradox and its thesis re the primacy of male violence in human evolution, w/ my comments about 's relentless embrace of our supposedly brutal past
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Roberto Sáez 2h
Archaic and early modern Hsapiens crania: Florisbad, Jebel Irhoud 1, Jebel Irhoud 2, Eliye Springs, Guomde (reversed), Omo 2, Omo 1, Herto (reversed), Ngaloba, Singa, Skhul 5, Qafzeh 9. The origin and evolution of Homo sapiens by (2016)
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Roberto Sáez 16h
Composition of SK 847 and mandible SK 15 from Swartkrans, South Africa. Both assigned to Homo ergaster. Credit:
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Gorham's Cave 13h
Given the interest and short timescales we have decided to extend the deadline for applications to 14th April. Send your CV and cover letter to neanderthals@gibmuseum.gi
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MPI-SHH Jena 7h
"Comparative analysis of Middle Stone Age artifacts in Africa (CoMSAfrica)" - Recent workshop report published in Evolutionary Anthropology including of the & !
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Paige Madison 12h
in 1976, the first mention of Lucy appeared in . "This discovery provides us with a unique opportunity for reconstructing the anatomy of an early hominin in far more detail than has been previously possible...analysis has only just begun."
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PaleoAnthropology+ Mar 24
Paradise Lost: and discuss the three great "Pleistocene Paradises" lost to rising sea levels at the end of the last Ice Age: Doggerland, Beringia and Sundaland. via
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PaleoAnthropology+ Mar 24
Our ancestors were drinking alcohol before they were human
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Space Explorer Mike Mar 24
Most accurate horoscope yet...
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The New Story of Humanity's Origins in Africa: Several new discoveries suggest that our species didn’t arise from a single point in space. Instead, the entire continent was our cradle. via
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Ebony Elizabeth Mar 24
That Carl Sagan "Pale Blue Dot" quote is one of my favorites. (Plugging this epic Symphony of Science video again. Feels like a gigantic cosmic hug. Yes, in the end, it's gonna be alright. All will be well.)
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PaleoAnthropology+ Mar 24
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PaleoAnthropology+ Mar 24
Ancient switch to soft food gave us an overbite—and the ability to pronounce ‘f’s and ‘v’s
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How hot spots of genetic variation evolved in human DNA via
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Nicole Barbaro Mar 23
Anthropologist Richard Wrangham on the domestication of humans, virtue, and the next 10,000 generations..
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PaleoAnthropology+ Mar 24
The Mystery of How Neanderthals Got Fire
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Replying to @NatGeo
A Hundred Million Stars in 3 Minutes
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PaleoAnthropology+ Mar 24
on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam
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PaleoAnthropology+ Mar 24
The Revolution in Paleoanthropology – talks about new developments – discovery of Homo naledi – Neanderthal ancestry via
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