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Human evolution: Australopithecus afarensis

Human evolution: Australopithecus afarensis

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Scientists Just Sequenced the DNA From A 400,000-Year-Old Early Human

What Makes Humans Special? by scientificamerican: HALLMARK TRAITS of the human body did not all arise anew in our species. Instead they emerged piecemeal in our forebears over millions of years. Many of these traits seem to have helped support two defining trends in our evolution: upright locomotion and tool use. #Infographic #Human_Body #Evolution

What Makes Humans Special? by scientificamerican: HALLMARK TRAITS of the human body did not all arise anew in our species. Instead they emerged piecemeal in our forebears over millions of years. Many of these traits seem to have helped support two defining trends in our evolution: upright locomotion and tool use. #Infographic #Human_Body #Evolution

Researchers unearthed fossils from at least 15 individuals belonging to the newfound species, Homo naledi, in the Rising Star cave system in South Africa.<br />

New Human Species with Orange-Size Brain Discovered

Ancient DNA studied by researchers has found that a mutation resulted in red hair and light skin among Neanderthals, according to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. In the study two Neanderthals, one from Spain and one from Italy, had a mutation in the gene that controls hair and skin…

Ancient DNA studied by researchers has found that a mutation resulted in red hair and light skin among Neanderthals, according to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. In the study two Neanderthals, one from Spain and one from Italy, had a mutation in the gene that controls hair and skin…

Dinosauria T-rex: The Tyrant King Statue by Sideshow Collec | Sideshow Collectibles

Dinosauria T-rex: The Tyrant King Statue by Sideshow Collec | Sideshow Collectibles

Anthropologists say that a 1.8-million-year-old hominid skull unearthed in the Republic of Georgia shows that Homo habilis, Homo erectus, and Homo rudolfensis were all variations of a single species.

Anthropologists say that a 1.8-million-year-old hominid skull unearthed in the Republic of Georgia shows that Homo habilis, Homo erectus, and Homo rudolfensis were all variations of a single species.

Skull #5 and the Rewriting of Human Evolution by Robert Lee Hotz, wsj: The discovery of a 1.8 million-year-old skull has offered evidence that humanity's early ancestors emerged from Africa as a single adventurous species, not several species as believed, drastically simplifying the story of human evolution... http://www.sciencemag.org/content/342/6156/297.summary #Science #Human_Evolution

Skull Suggests Single Human Species Emerged From Africa, Not Several

Descobertas científicas que comprovam a Teoria da Evolução #1

Descobertas científicas que comprovam a Teoria da Evolução #1

Advanced Graphics Chimpanzee Cardboard Stand-Up

Advanced Graphics Chimpanzee Cardboard Stand-Up

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