Grab your lunch and join paleoanthropologist Isaiah Nengo as he discusses ape evolution, an update from his field site in Naputdet in Kenya, and hear about his new project looking at how plate tectonics and climate shaped the evolution of Miocene animals in this episode of Lunch Break Science.
About Lunch Break Science
Lunch Break Science is a live-streamed web series featuring interviews, short talks, and live audience questions about the latest in human evolution research with Leakey Foundation scientists.
This episode of Lunch Break Science is made possible by the generous support of Ann and Gordon Getty and Camilla and George Smith.
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