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Blog Post Curator Emeritus Ian Tattersall On New Hominid Fossils Hominid fossils recently unearthed in Kenya provide evidence that the evolutionary line from Homo habilis—the earliest known species... August 9, 2012 Research Foot Fossils of Human Relative Illustrate the Evolutionary "Messiness" of Bipedal Walking The feet of extinct human relative Homo naledi were its most human-like feature - but weren't used to walk like us. October 6, 2015 Research Publications 1968Olduvai Gorge, vol. 2: The cranium and maxillary dentition of Australopithecus (Zinjanthropus) boisei. (Review). American Scientist... Staff Tattersall, Ian   Exhibit Peking Man During excavations near Peking (Beijing), China, between 1929 and 1937, researchers discovered several partial skulls of the species... Research Human Relative’s Foot a Step Towards Modern Walking The bones of newly discovered Homo naledi were made for both climbing trees and walking upright. October 6, 2015 Article Projects New reconstruction of the Homo erectus skull from Zhoukoudian Lower Cave, China Reconstructed Skull of the Homo erectus Press Release New Analysis Shows "Hobbits" Couldn't Hustle The feet of Homo floresiensis were primitive but not pathological. May 4, 2009 Blog Post One-Million-Year-Old Hominin Pelvic Bone Features Modern Human Traits Museum-led study of rare fossil suggests that the human pelvis evolved in hominin ancestors earlier than previously thought. September 6, 2018 Audio Podcast: Masters of the Planet with Ian Tattersall After millions of years of evolution, only one human species remains: Homo sapiens. In this podcast, join Museum Curator Emeritus... June 8, 2012 Permanent Hall Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins Trace millions of years of human history, from early ancestors who lived more than six million years ago to modern Homo sapiens. Blog Post New Species of Human Relative Discovered South African fossil find: 15 Homo naledi individuals shed new light on our origins - and may suggest early ritual practices. September 10, 2015
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