Man's earliest direct ancestors looked more apelike than previously believed
Modern man"s earliest known close ancestor was significantly more apelike
than previously believed, a New York University College of Dentistry professor has found.
A computer-generated reconstruction by Dr. Timothy Bromage, a paleoanthropologist and Adjunct Professor of Biomaterials and of Basi...
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than previously believed, a New York University Co...ruding jaw, features commonly associated with more apelike
members of the hominid family living as much as th...o which H. rudolfensis differed from earlier, more apelike
hominid species. Specifically, he is the first sc...
..., will walk right across the room, It is a ... There is something within us aside from legs which is the essence of walking . ... ... earliest apelike
ancestors started walking on two legs because it required less ... One expended about the same energy walking on two legs as on four. ... h...