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Musculoskeletal and Neural Adaptations in Form and Function

Arizona State University


Identifying skeletal features in the hands and wrists of early fossil hominid species (humans and their closest bipedal relatives) that may predict stone tool-making capabilities is of interest to anthropologists, because stone tools are found in fossil deposits where more than one hominid species has been recovered. Chimpanzees have… more »