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5 Signs Humans Are Still Evolving - Mental Floss

5 Signs Humans Are Still Evolving - Mental Floss | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
When we think of human evolution, our minds wander back to the thousands of years it took natural selection to produce the modern-day man. But are we still changing as a species, even today? New research suggests that, ...
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101 Reasons Why Evolution is True | ideonexus.com

101 Reasons Why Evolution is True | ideonexus.com | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
A comprehensive list working from general principles to specific examples illustrating that nothing makes sense except in the light of evolutionary theory.

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Were Early Humans Cooking Their Food a Million Years Ago? - ABC News

Were Early Humans Cooking Their Food a Million Years Ago? - ABC News | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
ABC NewsWere Early Humans Cooking Their Food a Million Years Ago?ABC NewsEarly humans harnessed fire as early as a million years ago, much earlier than previously thought, suggests evidence unearthed in a cave in South Africa.
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Million-year-old ash hints at origins of cooking

Million-year-old ash hints at origins of cooking | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
South African cave yields earliest evidence for human use of fire.
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The Archaeology News Network: 'Humans killed off Australia's giant beasts'

The Archaeology News Network: 'Humans killed off Australia's giant beasts' | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
#Palaeontology 'Humans killed off Australia's giant beasts' http://t.co/dpu8my9Z...
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Chimps Teach Young To Communicate With Humans, Scientists Say

Chimps Teach Young To Communicate With Humans, Scientists Say | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
By: Jennifer Welsh, LiveScience Staff Writer Published: 03/20/2012 08:42 PM EDT on LiveScience Captive chimpanzees learn from their mothers to call out to humans, new research suggests.
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Brute Strength in Chimps - New York Times

Brute Strength in Chimps - New York Times | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
Brute Strength in ChimpsNew York TimesQ. What is different in the muscles of chimps to make them so much stronger than humans of equivalent size? A.
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New species of early hominid found

New species of early hominid found | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
The limestone caves are now a UNESCO world heritage site and an area that has been extensively excavated to unearth its paleontological treasures. Professor Phillip Tobias from the University of the Witwatersrand said the findings were exciting ...
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Could the 'Red Deer Cave' people be a new species? | COSMOS magazine

Could the 'Red Deer Cave' people be a new species? | COSMOS magazine | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it

 

Could the 'Red Deer Cave' people be a new species?


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New App Would Help Apes Talk To Humans

New App Would Help Apes Talk To Humans | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
Researchers at the Bonobo Hope Great Ape Trust Sanctuary in Des Moines, Iowa, have developed a tablet app that allows apes and humans to communicate through lexigrams.
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Possible New Lead in Peking Man Fossils Mystery

Possible New Lead in Peking Man Fossils Mystery | Paleoanthropology | Scoop.it
South African, Chinese scientists get possible new lead in Peking Man fossils (#Science #Fossils #Paleontology http://t.co/5EuRwQK0...)...
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