Paleoanthropology Lab

cast of a fossil

The Paleoanthropology Lab contains an extensive collection of study casts of fossil apes and humans.

Fossil Apes & Humans

 The Paleoanthropology Laboratory serves as a locus for a broad range of activities focusing on the evolution of hominoids. Current research involves collaborative descriptions and analyses of new hominins from Chad; developmental and systematic analyses of the hominoid postcranium; continuing description and analysis of mammal faunas and patterns of faunal change through the Neogene, and especially the Neogene of Asia; and ecomorphological analyses of faunas associated with hominoids, including hominins, throughout the Old World.

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