New study records dual hand use in early human relative

May 18, 2020 - General

Research by anthropologists at the University of Kent has identified hand use behaviour in fossil human relatives that is consistent with modern humans.
Sebida hand in situ [Credit: Peter Schmid, courtesy
of Tracy Kivell/University of Kent]

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The human lineage can be defined by a transition in hand use. Early human ancestors used their hands to move around in the trees, like…

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