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(NPR)   Vintage: Mary Leakey's team discovered fossil footprints over 3 million years old. 2021: More work show that there were at least two species of bipeds walking at the same site. No word of what these human relatives thought of creationists   (npr.org) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Human evolution, Hominina, Human, Australopithecus afarensis, bear walking, early humans, human species, Australopithecus  
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2021-12-02 8:51:26 AM  
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2021-12-02 10:30:39 AM  
Where there were only one set of biped footprints, I was carrying you.
 
2021-12-02 11:02:27 AM  

Quasar: Where there were only one set of biped footprints, I was carrying you.


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2021-12-02 11:05:08 AM  

Quasar: Where there were only one set of biped footprints, I was carrying you.


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2021-12-02 11:09:34 AM  
Up-to-date scientific modeling lets us know what these early humans looked like:

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2021-12-02 11:14:56 AM  
Very cool!
 
2021-12-02 1:16:01 PM  
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2021-12-03 12:28:42 PM  
We need more women in STEM, just to create experiments like these: ""We ended up with four little juvenile bears that we had stand up and walk through mud for either applesauce or maple syrup, which was very cute, as their reward at the end of it," she explains."

God bless science.
 
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