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Devan Hinskey 03/18/2014 Intro. to Anthropology Tales from the Smithsonian The official website of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has an entire section filled with pages and pages dealing with the complex concept of human evolution known as the Human Evolution by the Smithsonian Institution’s Human Origins Program. These pages include articles on research projects, the latest discoveries in paleoanthropology, evidence of human evolution, and characteristics determining what make us who we are. Various multimedia, such as videos, photo galleries and even 3D models of fossils and artifacts are also featured here. It is one of the finest websites for people young and old to learn about the evolution of man. One of the most intriguing articles in this section is one about the discovery of a small member of the genus Homo , found on the island of Flores, Indonesia. The fossilized specimen was identified as Homo floresiensis (Flores Man), nicknamed ‘Hobbit’. They were only three
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