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Links 1 through 10 of 31 by Michelle Merrill tagged anthropology+fossil

Famous paleoanthropolgist and director of the UC Berkeley Human Evolution Research Center on Science Friday.

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Brief article on the loss of the original "Peking Man" fossil (Homo erectus) during WWII.

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Croatian Neandertal had a tumor in his rib bone 120,000 years ago.

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Actually, it's the oldest haplorhine fossil found (relative of tarsiers, monkeys and apes; not a prosimian), dated at about 55 MYA

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TED talk by a member of the world's foremost hominin-fossil-hunting family.

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Carbon isotope analysis suggests that Australopithecus bahrelghazali was eating from a food web based on C4 plants (grasses and sedges), rather than the C3-plant based diets of woodland apes, by 3.5MYA.

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13-minute segment about J. Bloch hunting for early primate fossils and Plesiadapiforms in Wyoming.

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Reconstruction of Purgatorius and similar fossil species from the Paleocene.

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Describes a very complete fossil of what may be one of the earliest anthropoid primates, dated 47Mya.
"The skeleton is 95% complete and thanks to the unique location where she died, it is possible to see individual hairs covering her body and even the make-up of her final meal – a last vegetarian snack... The fossil has been formally named _Darwinius masillae_ in honour of Darwin's 200th birthday year."

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