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Re: Zinjanthropus afarensis->boisei By alandarwinvanarsdale · #73739 ·
Re: Nasopharyngeal morphology contributes to understanding the “muddle in the middle” of the Pleistocene hominin fossil record By alandarwinvanarsdale · #73738 ·
Nasopharyngeal morphology contributes to understanding the “muddle in the middle” of the Pleistocene hominin fossil record By Stephen Munro · #73737 ·
Re: Zinjanthropus afarensis->boisei By Gareth Morgan · #73736 ·
Re: Zinjanthropus afarensis->boisei By fceska_gr · #73735 ·
Re: Lucy fell from a tree? By Marc Verhaegen · #73734 ·
Re: Zinjanthropus afarensis->boisei By Gareth Morgan · #73733 ·
Re: Lucy fell from a tree? By fceska_gr · #73732 ·
Re: Zinjanthropus afarensis->boisei By fceska_gr · #73731 ·
uricase loss By Marc Verhaegen · #73730 ·
Re: Lucy fell from a tree? By Gareth Morgan · #73729 ·
Re: Lucy fell from a tree? By Jack D.Barnes · #73728 ·
Lucy fell from a tree? By Marc Verhaegen · #73727 ·
Zinjanthropus afarensis->boisei By Marc Verhaegen · #73726 ·
Pachyostosis PO & osteosclerosis OS in salt-water-diving tetrapods By Marc Verhaegen · #73725 ·
early-Pleist.coastal dispersal By Marc Verhaegen · #73724 ·
Re: Bipedalism in humans By alandarwinvanarsdale · #73723 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By Gareth Morgan · #73722 ·
Re: Homo erectus (sensu stricto) the most aquatically adapted hominin? By Bernard Harper · #73721 ·
Bipedalism in humans By Jack D.Barnes · #73720 ·
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