Human Evolution Links
Encyclopaedia Britannica: Evolution of modern human beings from nonhuman and extinct hominid forms. The main stages of hominid evolution are represented by the australopithecines, Homo habilis, Homo erectus, and Homo sapiens.
The Department of Anthropology of the National Museum of Natural History cares for nearly 3 million ethnological, archaeological, and physical anthropology specimens from all over the world
Researchers have culled information from many different fields to address this question. This page was established by Professor Jeanne Sept to maintain links to this constantly growing scientific database, and teaching resources for her students.
UCSB online 3D gallery of modern primate relatives and fossil ancestors of humans. This gallery contains five modern primate crania, and five fossil crania.
Talk.origins is a Usenet newsgroup devoted to the discussion and debate of biological and physical origins. Most discussions in the newsgroup center on the creation/evolution controversy, but other topics of discussion include the origin of life, geology, biology, catastrophism, cosmology and theology.
A Center for the Advanced Study of Ape and Human Evolution Instead of hunting for missing links, why not focus on the living links between humans and their primate relatives?
Another primate Think Tank is a unique exhibit concerned with animal thinking. A select and diverse collection of vertebrates and invertebrates, coupled with interactive exhibits and multi-media presentation, will help you explore the nature of thinking.
This is the world of Neandertals, this is their life and their story, but in order to properly understand it, we must first understand them. Journey into their world as we go in search of the truth about these hominids.
The twentieth century brought new changes to the idea of Neanderthal man. Gone were the days of primitive background checks, replaced with modern day technology. Using computer imagery, scientists were able to give these people faces and determine what they looked like
This page has some information that I have personally compiled in order to highlight some important aspects of human evolution.
The Skull Module was designed to demonstrate how World Wide Web technology and a graphical user interface could be used to assist in the development of classroom curriculum.
The various theories on the origin of the Australians would be provided by the Australasian hominid fossil record. However, problems of dating, interpretation and inadequate samples persist.
About biology, paleontology, the theory of evolution.
Phylogeny and Reconstructing Phylogenetic Trees
This paper presents the results of a phylogenetic analysis of postcanine dental traits in Pleistocene and Recent human samples. The results challenge the view that the differences between Neandertal and modern human dental morphology lie primarily in their incisor variation.
This site is intended to serve the purpose of helping students of paleoanthropology or any layperson interested in research
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