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Copeland findings could point to behavior of possible early human ancestors

Copeland findings could point to behavior of possible early human ancestors

Dispute grows over 'mama's boys'
USA Today, Sep 15

Sandi Copeland, visiting professor in anthropology and Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology scientist, was lead author of a study last year in the journal Nature which examined traces of radioactive strontium in the teeth of Australopithecus africanus to determine disparities in dispersal patterns based on sex. These findings have promted further research in the field.

 


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