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Neanderthal Woman's Genome Reveals Unknown Human Lineage

Neanderthal Woman's Genome Reveals Unknown Human Lineage

Top 5 prehistoric sea monsters! (Great illustrations/images, but the text is in Japanese)

Top 5 prehistoric sea monsters! (Great illustrations/images, but the text is in Japanese)

ネアンデルタール人の女性(DNA情報をもとに復元) ホモサピエンスはネアンデルタール人と他種の異種交配であるとする説

ネアンデルタール人の女性(DNA情報をもとに復元) ホモサピエンスはネアンデルタール人と他種の異種交配であるとする説

View of Bahamas from space - tweeted by astronaut Soichi Noguchi - via http://twitter.com/Astro_Soichi

View of Bahamas from space - tweeted by astronaut Soichi Noguchi - via http://twitter.com/Astro_Soichi

Reconstruction of Neanderthal male found at Shanidar cave in northern Iraq, by Elisabeth Daynès:

Reconstruction of Neanderthal male found at Shanidar cave in northern Iraq, by Elisabeth Daynès:

Jomon goddess figure, left side. (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BC to about 300 BC)  (that website takes me back! The Japanese have a definite "look" on the web and elsewhere.)

Jomon goddess figure, left side. (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BC to about 300 BC) (that website takes me back! The Japanese have a definite "look" on the web and elsewhere.)

Paranthropus boisei es una especie de homínido extinta de África Oriental, que vivió en un entorno seco y se alimentaba de vegetales duros, para lo que desarrolló un potente aparato masticador destinado a triturar semillas y raíces. Aparece en el registro fósil en sedimentos del Pleistoceno inferior, de hace entre 2,3 (Gelasiense) y 1,3 millones de años (Calabriense).

Paranthropus boisei es una especie de homínido extinta de África Oriental, que vivió en un entorno seco y se alimentaba de vegetales duros, para lo que desarrolló un potente aparato masticador destinado a triturar semillas y raíces. Aparece en el registro fósil en sedimentos del Pleistoceno inferior, de hace entre 2,3 (Gelasiense) y 1,3 millones de años (Calabriense).

harvestheart: Artist John Gurche used the latest forensic techniques, fossil discoveries, and 20 years of experience to create the lifelike reconstructions of early humans on display in the Hall of Human Origins. The painstaking process required a detailed knowledge of human and ape anatomy. It took Gurche 2½ years to complete these busts.

harvestheart: Artist John Gurche used the latest forensic techniques, fossil discoveries, and 20 years of experience to create the lifelike reconstructions of early humans on display in the Hall of Human Origins. The painstaking process required a detailed knowledge of human and ape anatomy. It took Gurche 2½ years to complete these busts.

Homo erectus was the first hominid that actually looked human. They were first to make sophisticated stone tools, use fire and were also the first to leave Africa, colonising large areas of Eurasia successfully.

Homo erectus was the first hominid that actually looked human. They were first to make sophisticated stone tools, use fire and were also the first to leave Africa, colonising large areas of Eurasia successfully.

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