This is a part of the course, Human Evolution: Past and Future, which I presented in 2014.
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Changes in the sky have been important to peoples throughout the world. That connection may go back much further than our species.
A 33,000-year-old case of an amputated leg prompts comparisons to earlier Neandertal instances of amputation.
Fragments representing people who lived just before Skhūl and Qafzeh seem outside the expectations for these “early modern humans” or for Neandertals.