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Human Origins, Hominin Fossils, Biological Anthropology
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Nature Research 22h
Recent study characterizes the genome of Denisova 11, a first-generation offspring of Neanderthal and Denisovan parents
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Roberto Sáez 20h
Cueva del Arco, asombroso resumen: 4 cuentas de collar (caracolas marinas) de 17-20 ka, raederas Musteriense 45 ka, proyectiles Gravetiense 30 ka, cerámicas decoradas de primeros agricultores 6 ka y el arte rupestre más antiguo del Sureste peninsular
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Roberto Sáez 17h
Ilustración del individuo del cráneo número 5 de Dmanisi, por J.H. Matternes.
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An amazing Paranthropus boisei reconstruction based on the type specimen OH 5 (AKA Zinjanthropus or Nutcracker Man)
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Did Our Species Evolve in Subdivided Populations across Africa, and Why Does It Matter?
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Nigel J.Hetherington Sep 22
Today we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the rescue of the Temples of Abu Simbel, one of the outstanding achievements of the international community! Some of my fav pictures!
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The Revolution in Paleoanthropology – talks about new developments in paleoanthropology – discovery of Homo naledi – Neanderthal ancestry via
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Through Dappled Light - Homo naledi hints at the wonders of what we have yet to learn about human evolution via
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Roberto Sáez 18h
Este viernes 28-sep a las 19:00 tendremos el honor de contar en Boadilla con cinco conferenciantes ilustres para debatir sobre "Selección natural y sociedad: las mil facetas del Darwinismo". Entrada libre. ¡Estáis invitados!
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Picking a Bone with Evolutionary Essentialism: There is more to our evolutionary history than a single origin in Africa - Sheela Athreya via
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100,000-year-old archaeology site discovered in Riyadh
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Lee Berger 20h
Many people don't realize that my wife Jackie (a radiologist, now with a PhD) did pioneering work in discovering fossils inside of breccia blocks it was her scans that revealed the skull the Holotype of and she did her Ph.D. work on this Here is that remarkable 1st image
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Where Do We Come From? - The idea that a single population was the ancestor of all living humans is neat and convenient, but it is not consistent with the data via
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"Homo erectus Utilizing a Prairie Fire" by paleoartist Jay H. Matternes
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Remains of two Neanderthals have been discovered in Shanidar Cave where fossils of 10 other Neanderthal individuals have been unearthed since the 1950s
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When dinosaurs roamed Antarctica
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Lee Berger 21h
It's wonderful & a privilege to be associated with sites like . I spent the last couple of days going through CT scans of blocks from there and found no less than 15 new hominid fossils, some spectacular areas of anatomy, likely of , that we haven't yet seen!
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John Hawks 21h
John Terrell's review of "Who We Are and How We Got Here" looks at problems with the origins of Pacific Islanders:
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The Mystery of How Neanderthals Got Fire
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