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Are the small human-like fossils found on Flores human endemic
Mar 4, 2008 18 kyr BP, were assigned to a new species, Homo floresiensis. We hypothesize This attribution has provoked controversy but analysis of the brain .. deficient without access to iodine-rich coastal resources.
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By Kate Wong. SMALL BUT CLEVER, Homo floresiensis Homo sapiens was supposed to have had the planet to itself for .. that controversy has accompanied their claims.
Fraud and Forgery in Paleoanthropology
Italian-Australian Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Workshop
morphometrics: the position of LB1(Homo floresiensis). Giorgio Manzi .. world, blog pages were crammed, controversy reigned.
BioFortean Review
Homo floresiensis, which roughly translates as man of flores. Of course, since world of science on fire with controversy, speculation, and—most of all—intensive studies that ..

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Homo floresiensis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A cast of a Homo floresiensis skull, American Museum of Natural History and the progress of this scientific controversy has been closely followed by the .. who neither allowed access by other scientists nor published their own research.
The debate around the status of the homo floresiensis
Nevertheless the controversy was settled in the summer of 2006, with the . So the Homo floresiensis was, in fact, a Homo sapiens with anomalies on ... More evidence for hobbit unearthed as diggers are refused access to cave; Nature, Vol .
BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Hobbit was 'not a diseased human'
Flores man special - Nature news
Oct 27, 2004 More evidence for hobbit unearthed as diggers are refused access to cave. Nine Homo floresiensis individuals shore up their status as a new species of human. Fossils fuel controversy about humanity's earliest days.
Hobbits (Homo floresiensis) | The Loom | Discover Magazine
They generally focused their attention on Homo floresiensis's skull. . of the ugly spat between rival paleoanthropologists over access to the bones and the site ..

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