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Walking the walk: What sharks, honeybees and humans have in common
Date:12/23/2013

ansported raw materials in the past, how our home ranges expanded and how we interact with our environment today, Raichlen noted.

"We can characterize these movement patterns across different human environments, and that means we can use this movement pattern to understand past mobility," Raichlen said. "Also, finding patterns in nature is always fun."


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Contact: David Raichlen
raichlen@email.arizona.edu
512-560-2338
University of Arizona
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