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Mapping recent #HumanEvolution #HumanMigration

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The Evolution of man on earth 1.Stand erect 2. Development of hands 3. Development of Language

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Homo heidelbergensis (700,000 to 200,000 years ago.) by Sam_Wise, via Flickr. Photo of a bust in the National Museum of Natural History; Washington, D.C.. first discovered in 1908, near Heidelberg, Germany.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 21 Interesting house styles from around the world

Infographic: 21 interesting house styles from around the world!

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Forensic Anthropology Infographic! | Piktochart Infographic Editor

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Fieldwork revises ice-free corridor hypothesis of human migration | EARTH Magazine

Cherokee....  Hey she looks young and she has a gray streak through her hair.... THAT'S where I get it from.  Lol!

Cherokee.... Hey she looks young and she has a gray streak through her hair.... THAT'S where I get it from. Lol!

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Human profile engraved on a pebble from la Madeleine Cave (France), 17,000 years BP

Human profile engraved on a pebble from la Madeleine Cave (France), 17,000 years BP

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ANT 101 2e: Cultural Anthropology - Ch. 8 Summary

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