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Huella de la mano: Líneas ancestrales

Huella de la mano: Líneas ancestrales

FRANCIA, the Franks, France, Burgundy, Italy, Germany

FRANCIA, the Franks, France, Burgundy, Italy, Germany

... Nuestro primo más cercano: el hombre de Neandertal. Reconstrucción de una niña neandertal hecha por Elisabeth Daynes. (Imagen: Universidad de Zurich). http://diario.latercera.com/2011/04/09/01/contenido/tendencias/26-65072-9-nuestro-primo-mas-cercano-el-hombre-de-neandertal.shtml

... Nuestro primo más cercano: el hombre de Neandertal. Reconstrucción de una niña neandertal hecha por Elisabeth Daynes. (Imagen: Universidad de Zurich). http://diario.latercera.com/2011/04/09/01/contenido/tendencias/26-65072-9-nuestro-primo-mas-cercano-el-hombre-de-neandertal.shtml

The primate tree below was redrawn from cladograms and information from the Primates section of the University of Arizona Tree of Life, from the Primate Information Network at the University of Wisconsin. The primates are astonishingly diverse, ranging from tiny marmosets and bushbabies to massive gorillas. The thirty-odd branches of the tree below represent more than 50 genera and hundreds of species.

The primate tree below was redrawn from cladograms and information from the Primates section of the University of Arizona Tree of Life, from the Primate Information Network at the University of Wisconsin. The primates are astonishingly diverse, ranging from tiny marmosets and bushbabies to massive gorillas. The thirty-odd branches of the tree below represent more than 50 genera and hundreds of species.

World's oldest human DNA, containing evidence of an unknown species, has been recovered from a 400,000-year-old thigh bone. According to anthropologists, studying this DNA from human ancestors that are hundreds of thousands of years old shows a complex pattern of evolution in the origin of Neanderthals and modern humans. The bone belongs to a human, but contains ALIEN DNA. This remarkable finding is making scientists question everything they know about human evolution.

World's oldest human DNA, containing evidence of an unknown species, has been recovered from a 400,000-year-old thigh bone. According to anthropologists, studying this DNA from human ancestors that are hundreds of thousands of years old shows a complex pattern of evolution in the origin of Neanderthals and modern humans. The bone belongs to a human, but contains ALIEN DNA. This remarkable finding is making scientists question everything they know about human evolution.

Huella de la mano: Líneas ancestrales

Huella de la mano: Líneas ancestrales

Biology http://www.infohow.org/science/biology-ecology/qs-biology-3/

Biology http://www.infohow.org/science/biology-ecology/qs-biology-3/

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