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Are you fascinated with human origins and interested in meeting others who share your curiosity? Join the Evolution Exchange on February 27 for a lively virtual discussion group exploring the evolution of childhood and the human family.
Join paleoanthropologist Dr. Charles Musiba to learn about Laetoli's famous 3.6 million-year-old footprints, the hominins who made them, and new discoveries at the site.
This talk challenges the idea that stone tools and hunting fueled early human brain evolution. Instead, it suggests that the "Botanic Age," focusing on botanical innovations during the first three million years of hominin evolution, was crucial.