Today on Museum Bites we’re talking teeth. Did you know teeth are the hardest substance in our body? These pearly little gems tear our food into tiny bits, come in handy if we need to fend off an attack, and provide a little pocket change when we hide them under our pillow. 595 kata lagi
Tag » Australopithecus Afarensis
Click to enlarge — Raffaello Pellizzon
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❝ Footprints made by early humans millions of years ago have been uncovered in Tanzania close to where similar tracks were found in the 1970s.
Today we’re wrapping up our tour of the Michigan State University Museum’s Hall of Evolution with a stroll through the Cenozoic Era (65.5 million years ago to present). 600 kata lagi
Four decades after the discovery of Lucy, her remains are quite possibly the most famous discovery in paleoanthropology and one of the more important. The impact of finding a nearly entire skeleton from a 3.2 million year old hominid revealed a lot about human evolution. 395 kata lagi