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paleoanthropologists

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  • noun Plural form of paleoanthropologist.

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Examples

  • He concludes that the recently-discovered Australopithecus sediba should actually be Homo sediba, but this is just this is what several paleoanthropologists said after it was published.

    The Panda's Thumb: Transitional Fossils Archives

  • Still, most scientists dismissed the myths as fanciful legends – until 2004, when a team of paleoanthropologists discovered seven tiny adult skeletons in a cave on Flores.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • He concludes that the recently-discovered Australopithecus sediba should actually be Homo sediba, but this is just this is what several paleoanthropologists said after it was published.

    The Panda's Thumb: May 2010 Archives

  • Luskin attempted to argue, based on his detailed study of a museum exhibit and some quote-mining, that the entire world community of paleoanthropologists has no idea what they are talking about when it comes to Lucy.

    The Panda's Thumb: Transitional Fossils Archives

  • Wood has “saved” the distinctiveness of humans, but only by including habilis and sediba, which some paleoanthropologists and even more creationists thought were so different from humans that they should be in a whole different genus, and which had brains much closer to the size of chimp brains than to modern human brains.

    Creationist vs. creationist on Homo habilis - The Panda's Thumb

  • He concludes that the recently-discovered Australopithecus sediba should actually be Homo sediba, but this is just this is what several paleoanthropologists said after it was published.

    The Panda's Thumb: Nick Matzke Archives

  • Over the next three years, an international team of paleoanthropologists found about 130 pieces of the skeleton.

    Catch a Pithecus by the Toe

  • Some paleoanthropologists who are not part of the research team are skeptical of Lovejoy's interpretation.

    Catch a Pithecus by the Toe

  • Each skull or fragment of bone found by paleoanthropologists...or by the children of these scientists, which was the case with this skull, according to the article...presents the possibility of being able to learn just a little bit more about how we developed as a species and about who our ancestors really were.

    New species' skull could have remnant brain tissue inside...

  • He concludes that the recently-discovered Australopithecus sediba should actually be Homo sediba, but this is just this is what several paleoanthropologists said after it was published.

    Creationist vs. creationist on Homo habilis - The Panda's Thumb

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