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Discovering behavior: a step-by-step process
January 14, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

 As discussed in my last entry, the process of tool making has left us lots of clues to the behavior of some of our ancestors. Some of the best information – as it gives us a window into how a species thinks – is the manufacturing process itself. By continuously experimenting and by observing those […]

Reconstructing ancient hominid behavior
January 8, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

As the fossil record continues to grow, it presents us with information on the bones and teeth of our ancestors. From these, scientists can figure out how tall and heavy our ancestors were. But what if we could tell not only how large a species’ hands were, but also suggest what they used them for? […]



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