Significance of Homo Naledi Limb Proportions
Special | 51m 35s
Sarah Traynor, Associate Lecturer of Anatomy at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, explains the work of the teams who are analyzing the Homo naledi fossils found in South Africa. Traynor discusses her work determining the proportions of the upper and lower limbs of the hominin species and shares the impact these findings have on our understanding of their movements.
Aired: 11/15/17Video has closed captioning.
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