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Anthropology in Practice

Editor’s Selections: Tool use, Parasitic siblings, Facial expressions, Settlers, and Gaslighting

An eclectic collection from my column this week, but all well worth the read: At EvoAnth, Adam Benton wonders whether human ancestors may have mastered tool use earlier than we think. He shares research (containing admittedly scant evidence) that includes a nice discussion of the challenges of this data. Sarah Jane Alger of The [...]

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