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Surname 12 b) Link: - intl/index.html This image represents ancient ancestor hominid fossil discovered in 1994 in Southern Africa.
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Surname 13 c) Link: - hominids/darwinius-massilae
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Surname 14 This image represents the hominid fossil of Darwinius massilae . Darwinius was a mammal that existed in ancient times, i.e. 47 million years ago. This fossil gives excellent insight into early primate history. 4. Art objects associated with early humans a) Link: - chauvet-dating This image represents the cave painting of Chauvet Cave in France that was discovered in 1994.
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Surname 15 b) - france-mysterious-collection-venus-020116 This image represents statuette of a woman found in France in 2014, dated 23,000 years ago.
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Surname 16 c) Link: - old-finds-add-oldest-toy-collection-world-009351 This image represents 4,500 years old pre-historic toy discovered in the Republic of Khakassia, southern Siberia.
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Surname 17 5. Primatologists or paleoanthropologists a) Link: - unique-dogs-are-unique-6c6eee49426f In the picture is Jane Goodall, who is a primatologist. On her chest is a chimpanzee. Jane gets up close to the chimpanzee she studies. From her study, Jane argues that “Human beings are unique. Chimpanzees are unique. Dogs are unique.”
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Surname 18 b) Link: - of-human-cognition/
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Surname 19 In the photo is Ian Tattersall, who is a paleoanthropologist. Besides him is a human skull. Ian aims to study how modern human acquired a unique thinking style and dominated the world, while other species went extinct. c) Link: - lecture/article_646ab586-0dad-5d3a-bbe3-d289bda44f7e.html In the picture are primatologists Dieter and Netzin Steklis. They get up close with the gorillas they study in Rwanda. They spend most of their time learning about primate parenting.
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