Big Announcement from #Laetoli! Be sure to check it out and not miss the news!
Join us on this episode of The Story of Us! This time on the show we have Ryan and Gabriel, two members on a team of three who are changing what it means to do Hominin cranial reconstructions!
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On the next episode of #TheStoryofUs show, we will be doing our second #morphology #video! This time featuring KNM-ER 1813, a #Homo #habilis #fossil, one of the most complete craniums of the species yet found!
Come join us, and get a nice, albeit brief introduction to this species, the first of the Homo lineage!
***Update: Apparently some of my Lord of the Rings books got in XD. TOLKIEN FTW!!!*** Just thought I would share a quick view of what is currently in my library! I will admit, I have not read them all yet, but I will get through them! For Black Friday, my local used book store isContinue reading “My Anthropology Library!”
I’ve got something #cool to announce….now on @anchor and @Spotify, coming soon to @ApplePodcasts and more, #TheStoryofUs #PODCAST!!!! https://anchor.fm/seth-chagi
What is Paleoanthropology? Introduction: The world as we know it, and especially how we do not know it, is an amazing thing. We discover new things each and every day. About our present world, the future of that world, and it’s past. The more we learn, the more questions we find need answering. From theContinue reading “What is Paleoanthropology? (RePublish!!!)”
One of the first blog posts I made! Check it out! The year was 1974, and a young man named Don Johanson was surveying land in Hadar, in the Afar region of Ethiopia, Africa. The day was November 24th and the scientific community would never be the same. “They had taken a Land Rover outContinue reading “The Importance of Lucy (Revisited)!!!”
***Update***: -Catch our interview with Dr. Henry Gee right here! -The books debut date has been moved from the 2nd to the 9th. Are you on Academia.edu? Check this article out for me on there, and participate in the discussions! Dr. Henry Gee, a Senior Editor at the esteemed, and one of the oldest scientificContinue reading “A (Very) Short History of Life on Earth: 4.6 Billion Years in 12 Pithy Chapters by Dr. Henry Gee, a Review!”