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Anthropology; an introduction to the study of man and civilization (1896)

Anthropology; an introduction to the study of man and civilization (1896)
Anthropology; an introduction to the study of man and civilization (1896)
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Excerpt: I chose this image to represent anthropology, the study of human biological and physiological characteristics, and their evolution. This image shows a human skeleton compared to the skeletons of other contemporary primate cousins of ours. This group had a common ancestor which is what we are searching for when people talk about "Missing Links" in our evolutionary line.

Who:

Tylor, Edward Burnett, Sir, 1832-1917

What:

Now of all the Mammalia, or animals which suckle their young, those whose structure brings them closest to man are the apes or monkeys, and among these the catarrhine or near-nostrilled apes of the Old World, and among these the group called anthropoid or manlike, which inhabit tropical forests from Africa to the Eastern Archipelago. By now comparing their skeletons, it will be seen that in any scale of nature or scheme of creation these animals must be placed in somewhat close relation to man. No competent anatomist who has examined the bodily structure of these apes considers it possible that man can be descended from any of them, but according to the doctrine of descent they appear as the nearest existing offshoots from the same primitive stock whence man also came.

Professor Huxley’s Mans Place in Nature, in which this anatomical comparison is made, contains a celebrated drawing displayed here as the readiest means of showing how the anthropoid apes correspond bone for bone with ourselves. At the same time, it illustrates some main points in which their bodily actions are unlike ours.

When:

1896

Where:

Figure drawn in a book

How:

Digitized by the University of Toronto

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chroniclesofcarlos

Are Bigfoot real? Yes, they are! I investigate, create, and share mainstream educational content, Bigfoot and related phenomena, and the scientific methods and principles that corroborate our stories. I have lived and traveled all over North America, Europe, and Africa, have had encounters with Bigfoot and UFOs in North America, and have even had an NDE in Africa. Education: BA and MA in Biological Anthropology Languages: English and Spanish Career: Certified Coach and Teacher, Licensed Entrepreneur Passions: coaching, mentoring, learning, teaching, coaching; the sciences, and cryptozoology Subjects: The Sciences, Cryptozoology
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