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Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By Bernard Harper · #73699 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By Gareth Morgan · #73698 ·
Hn in Iberia: ephemeral channels & their associated palustrine & lacustrine zones By Marc Verhaegen · #73697 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By Gareth Morgan · #73696 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By fceska_gr · #73695 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By alandarwinvanarsdale · #73694 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By Gareth Morgan · #73693 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By fceska_gr · #73692 ·
Re: Italian Hn dived for shellfish By alandarwinvanarsdale · #73691 ·
Italian Hn dived for shellfish By Marc Verhaegen · #73690 ·
high & low cortical bone compactness By Marc Verhaegen · #73689 ·
POS in Sirenia By Marc Verhaegen · #73688 ·
POS in H.erectus By Marc Verhaegen · #73687 ·
penguin bones are osteo-sclerotic By Marc Verhaegen · #73686 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By Gareth Morgan · #73685 ·
Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By algiskuliukas · #73684 ·
Hn: lake landscape By Marc Verhaegen · #73683 ·
mid-Holocene Tp maximum By Marc Verhaegen · #73682 ·
early-Miocene ulna WS-65401 (Turkanapith.kalakolensis?) already suspensory? By Marc Verhaegen · #73681 ·
Re: WHAT TALK #06 Michel Odent Sunday 10th April (8pm West Australian Time) By algiskuliukas · #73680 ·
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