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News in Brief: American Association of Physical Anthropologists

American Association of Physical Anthropologists meeting, Minneapolis, Apr 12–16, 2011


Footprints from a past
Volcanic charcoal nearby a seaside of a Tanzanian lake preserves a image of dual groups of people from around 120,000 years ago. A organisation led by Kevin Hatala of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., detected 349 recorded footprints of 34 Stone Age men, women and children. At slightest 18 tracks, any containing 3 or some-more footprints from a same person, conduct in a same instruction and paint a organisation that walked together, Hatala reported in Minneapolis on Apr 14. Another 6 marks streamer in

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