Million-Year-Old Skull Could Hold Key To Understanding Evolution, Chinese Experts Say – Tri-City Heraldon January 7, 2023 at 4:00 pm THE ANOMALIST

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Million-Year-Old Skull Could Hold Key To Understanding Evolution, Chinese Experts Say – Tri-City Heraldon January 7, 2023 at 4:00 pm THE ANOMALIST

Way out in China's Hubei province, paleoanthropologists have uncovered the most intact skull of Homo erectus ever, and it's bound to hold clues for our ancient ancestor and our own genesis. Follow Moira Ritter as she details the discovery and what Gao Xing and pals hope to puzzle out from the artifact. No word yet if these specimens had additional salivary glands like us. What? You didn't hear? You May Have A New Organ Lurking In The Middle Of Your Head and it's kinda gross according to Lucy Hicks. In more mouth-watering news, except without the lemon and butter, is the curiosity of carcinisation where crustaceans eventually evolve into crabs regardless of their origin. Crustaceans aren't the only examples of such convergent evolution and Matthew Wills dives into Why Biology's Ultimate Comeback Story Could Debunk A Major Darwin Theory Of Evolution. Best of all? The theory of intelligent design isn't even humored. (CS)-- Delivered by Feed43 serviceTHE ANOMALIST

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