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Links 1 through 10 of 662 by Michelle Merrill tagged anthropology

A collection of Alfred Russel Wallace's writings and natural history illustrations.

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A recent book series and website about global ape conservation issues.

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I was lucky to see this at the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz a couple years ago. Now it's available to the world. If you're a fan of Gregory Bateson, like me, you will love this retrospective. If you've never heard of Gregory Bateson, you need to - watch and learn now!

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Another live population clock, this time with fascinating stats like births, deaths (by cause), extinctions, forests cut and replanted, CO2 emissions, total internet users...

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A look at the economics of illegal logging in Gunung Palung National Park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia

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Recent analysis of ancient DNA from Sima de los Huesos in Spain complicates apparent relationships between recent Homo species, in that this looks like a Denisovan more than a Neandertal.

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The two other recent members of genus Homo (Neandertals and Denisovans) had same FOXP2 as us. Neandertal also had genes linked to tone production, suggesting tonal language. Dediu and Levinson suggest H. heidelbergensis might have been first with language.

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Study of brain organization (including work/comments by Dunbar & Stringer), shows that Neandertals had larger eyes than H. sapiens or H. heidlebergensis, leading to more of the brain devoted to visual processing and therefore less to social. Also touches on hunting technique differences.

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Complete episode about bonobos (I haven't had a chance to watch it yet)

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The complexities of capuchin nut-cracking - they even wait for them to ripen!

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