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The Complete World of Human Evolution by Chris Stringer, Peter Andrews

The Complete World of Human Evolution

Description : An account of the rise and eventual domination of humans examines the technology used to study fossilized remains, traces the evolution of apes and humans, and explains the development of human behaviors.

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Authors : Chris Stringer, Peter Andrews

Published Date : 2005

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ISBN : 0500051321

Page : 240 Pages

Categories : Science

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