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A sixty three foot long fully suspended haida canoe

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the hall were appreciable. A sixty-three foot long, fully suspended, Haida canoe built in 1878. After that, we went to the “Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins”. This is an extremely well organized and interactive way of imparting knowledge. The history of Homo sapiens and its ancestors is presented in a very creative way that also makes it very interesting. And here is the thing that I liked the most in the museum, “The Tree of Life”. It is a diagram showing the relationship among different types of living things or species of this planet. If one follows the lines linking any two species on the tree, he can know how much narrow or distant their relationship is. If the line is long, the relationship is distant and vice versa. There are 479 species mapped on this tree, which correspond to only a small portion of the greater than 1.7 million species that have been identified till now. In addition, millions of species more are supposed to be present. On the top left part of the tree, Homo sapiens, is highlighted in green characters. One can visualize the whole evolution of Homo Sapiens from aqueous animals to
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