Anamensis existed 4.2 to 3.9 million years ago A partial tibia (the larger of the two lower leg bones) suggests that A. anamensis probably walked upright. The teeth of A. anamensis were covered with a layer of enamel much thicker than that of Ar. ramidus, suggesting a diet of hard-to-chew foods. 6. When did the species A. afarensis exist and list 2 of its characteristics.
Andrew-sarchs Andrewsarchus (named for paleontologist Roy Chapman Andrews, who led the expedition on which it was found) was a primitive, carnivorous mammal that lived during the early Eocene Epoch, roughly 45 million years ago. This giant creodont was heavily-built and wolf-like. Andrewsarchus may be an ancestor of the whales. Fossils have been found in Mongolia; 4. Cave Lion 5.
It had a very short, deep 'brachycephalic' skull and lower jaw, and eyes that were partly forward-facing (giving it a primate-like appearance). The lower jaws (dentaries) were massive and fused or ankylosed, and a 'chin' was developed. Both upper and lower incisors were small, and would have been used to nip vegetation. The last premolar in Procoptodon was complex and late-erupting. The ape-like molar teeth of Procoptodon were brachyodont (low-crowned) and tended to develop additional longitudinal enamel folds.
Examination of The Winton Dinosaur Project Findings in the Queensland, Australia Winton Dinosaur project show that the sauropod named "Elliot" may have died with his mate by his side (Salleh 2003). Anna Salleh from ABC Science Online discusses the new fossil evidence found by Dr. Steve Salisbury from the University of Queensland, who is one of the leading researchers on the Winton Project (2003). Dr. Alex Cook and assistants Scott Hocknull and Dr. Steve Salisbury lead the Winton Project. Elliot is one of the largest dinosaurs found to date in Australia, dating to about 98-95 million years ago (Beirne 2001). According to researchers, Queensland, Australia was covered by a vast inland sea during the time of the dinosaurs 98-95 million
What is the position of the mouth and chin in relation to the profile for each skull? What effect has the evolutionary change in the positions of these bones had on the shape of the face?. Humans do not have a muzzle; chimpanzees do. The human face is flattened 6. Examine the teeth in the adult human and chimpanzee skulls.
Widely published data of specimens that were reported to have been even several feet longer are not verified.  There are dwarf forms on Java, Bali and Sulawesi. On Bali they reach an average length of 2 metres (6.6 ft), and on Sulawesi they achieve a maximum of 2.5 metres (8.2 ft).  Geographic range and habitat Natural Distribution of the Burmese Python (green). The Burmese Python are found throughout Southern- and Southeast Asia, including Eastern India, Nepal, western Bhutan, southeastern Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, northern continental Malaysia, far southern China (Fujian, Jiangxi, Guangdong, Hainan, Guangxi and Yunnan), Hong Kong, and in Indonesia on Java, southern Sulawesi, Bali and Sumbawa.
Of the 206 bones in the adult human body, more than half (106) are in the hands and feet. The adult skeleton consists of the following bones: 28 skull bones (8 cranial, 14 facial, and 6 ear bones) The horseshoe-shaped hyoid bone of the neck which is the only bone that does not articulate (connect via a joint) to another bone 26 vertebrae (7 cervical or neck; 12 thoracic; 5 lumbar or loins; the sacrum, which is five fused vertebrae; and the coccyx, which is four fused vertebrae) 24 ribs plus the sternum or breastbone; the shoulder girdle (2 clavicles, the most frequently fractured bones in the body, and 2 scapulae) the pelvic bones (3 fused bones called the coxal bone, or Os Coxae) 30 bones in each of the arms and legs (a total of 120) a few partial bones, ranging from 8-18 in number, which are related to joints There are individual variations: for example, some people are born with an extra rib or lumbar vertebra and not everyone has Inca (sutural) bones. The functions of human skeleton Body Frame- The skeleton holds the body together. Attached to each bone are ligaments, muscle, sinew, organs, veins, and other body tissue. Without the skeleton, a body would be a messy pile of goo.
Introduction Have you ever wondered where we come from? Anthropologists have made many discoveries in the past few decades that have increased our knowledge as to who our ancestors are and how humans evolved. “Lucy” who was discovered in 1974. Anthropologists have discovered fossil remains of an ancestor older than Lucy; a female named Ardipithecus, or Ardi for short, who possesses human and ape-like qualities. Ardi proved that bipedalism, or walking upright on two feet, existed half a million years before previously thought * Thesis: The main features of Ardi that helped shed light on these discoveries were from close examinations of Ardi’s skull, pelvis and limbs, and her teeth.
I myself have literally fifty pairs of shoes. I know people who have way more than me. What is this obsession with shoes? In this paper, I am going to research the first shoe to be worn and what followed. The world's oldest leather shoe, made from a single piece of cowhide laced with a leather cord along seams at the front and back, was found in a cave in Armenia in 2008 and is believed to date to 3,500 BC (Bellis 2009).