Paleontology and Anthropology News Guests:

Lawrence Witmer
* Associate Professor of Anatomy
* Department of Biomedical Sciences
* Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Athens, Ohio

Yohannes Haile-Selassie
* Graduate Student
* Laboratory for Human Evolutionary Studies
* Department of Integrative Biology
* University of California
Berkeley, California

Owen Lovejoy
* University Professor of Anthropology
* Department of Sociology and Anthropology
* Kent State University
Kent, Ohio

Recent fossil finds in Ethiopia of bone remnants over five million years old may make scientists redraw the human family tree yet again. In this hour of Science Friday, we'll talk about the discoveries and what they mean for human history. Plus, we'll find out about the latest research into the shape of dinosaur noses, and why scientists care about it.
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Paleontology and Anthropology News

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Paleontology and Anthropology News

Paleontology and Anthropology News

Paleontology and Anthropology News

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Guests:

Lawrence Witmer
* Associate Professor of Anatomy
* Department of Biomedical Sciences
* Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Athens, Ohio

Yohannes Haile-Selassie
* Graduate Student
* Laboratory for Human Evolutionary Studies
* Department of Integrative Biology
* University of California
Berkeley, California

Owen Lovejoy
* University Professor of Anthropology
* Department of Sociology and Anthropology
* Kent State University
Kent, Ohio

Recent fossil finds in Ethiopia of bone remnants over five million years old may make scientists redraw the human family tree yet again. In this hour of Science Friday, we'll talk about the discoveries and what they mean for human history. Plus, we'll find out about the latest research into the shape of dinosaur noses, and why scientists care about it.