The Origins of Man

The Origins of Man

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The origins of humankind lie in Africa, where fossil evidence reaches back over six million years to a time when we shared a common ancestor with the chimpanzees. We are now the only remaining human species alive on Earth, and there are over six billion of us.
The origins of humankind lie in Africa, where fossil evidence reaches back over six million years to a time when we shared a common ancestor with the chimpanzees. We are now the only remaining human species alive on Earth, and there are over six billion of us. The Origins of Man tells the story of how we evolved from our ape ancestors to become the most successful creature on the planet.

Gardners
Gathers many strands of investigation into our origins - including fossil remains, ancient artefacts, palaeoclimatological evidence from ice cores, genetics and linguistic traces - to offer a comprehensive overview of the state of knowledge of our origins. This text is supplemented with cartography, illustrations and photographs.

Publisher: London : New Holland Publishers (UK), 2007
Description: 192 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ; 31 cm
ISBN: 9781845371654
1845371658
Branch Call Number: 599.938 Pal

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