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Topic in Depth - Human Evolution

The resources in this folder explore Human Evolution from both anthropological and biological viewpoints. Visitors will find sites about the human fossil record, time lines of human evolution in all our hominid forms, and the characteristics that mark our progress from one stage to the next.
Redrawing Humanity's Family Tree
This New York Times article details two skulls, one from central Africa and the other from the Black Sea republic of Georgia, that "have shaken the human...
Is Human Evolution Finally Over?
This article by Robin McKie from Guardian Unlimited discusses a scientific debate surrounding the question of whether "a Western lifestyle now protects...
Human Evolution
This resource from Bruce MacEvoy links to documents "summarizing the hominid fossil record and hypothesized lines of human evolution from 5 million years ago...
Fossil Hominids: The Evidence for...
An "overview of the study of human evolution, and of the currently accepted fossil evidence" is used to inform arguments for creationists and evolutionists. ...
Human Evolution: The Fossil...
An interesting site from the University of California Santa Barbara presents 3-dimensional views of "modern primate relatives and fossil ancestors of humans." ...
Becoming Human
The interactive documentary from the Institute of Human Origins is a great resource for those with the Flash plug-in and a high speed connection. The site is...



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