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Women In Science by meganleestudio // meganlee.etsy.com • Mary Anning - fossil collector and paleontologist whose discovreies made fundamental changes in scientific thinking about prehistoric life and...

Women In Science by meganleestudio // meganlee.etsy.com • Mary Anning - fossil collector and paleontologist whose discovreies made fundamental changes in scientific thinking about prehistoric life and...

Ten Historic Female Scientists You Should Know  Before Marie Curie, these women dedicated their lives to science and made significant advances

Ten Historic Female Scientists You Should Know Before Marie Curie, these women dedicated their lives to science and made significant advances

Turquoise Circle Shaped Fused Glass Necklace, Turquoise Fused Glass Pendant, Turquoise Fossil Glass Necklace

Turquoise Circle Shaped Fused Glass Necklace, Turquoise Fused Glass Pendant, Turquoise Fossil Glass Necklace

Neanderthal groups based part of their lifestyle on sexual division of labor. (Journal of Human evolution). Performed by Spanish National Research Council, it analyzed 99 incisors and canine teeth of 19 individuals from three different sites, Spain, France and Belgium) and revealed that dental grooves present in female fossils follow same pattern, which is different to that found in male individuals.

Neanderthal groups based part of their lifestyle on sexual division of labor. (Journal of Human evolution). Performed by Spanish National Research Council, it analyzed 99 incisors and canine teeth of 19 individuals from three different sites, Spain, France and Belgium) and revealed that dental grooves present in female fossils follow same pattern, which is different to that found in male individuals.

But the study found grooves  present in the female fossils (pictured) followed the same pattern, and were different to those found in male individuals. 'What we have now discovered is that the grooves detected in the teeth of adult women are longer than those found in adult men,' said Professor Rosas

But the study found grooves present in the female fossils (pictured) followed the same pattern, and were different to those found in male individuals. 'What we have now discovered is that the grooves detected in the teeth of adult women are longer than those found in adult men,' said Professor Rosas

But the study found grooves  present in the female fossils (pictured) followed the same pattern, and were different to those found in male individuals. 'What we have now discovered is that the grooves detected in the teeth of adult women are longer than those found in adult men,' said Professor Rosas

But the study found grooves present in the female fossils (pictured) followed the same pattern, and were different to those found in male individuals. 'What we have now discovered is that the grooves detected in the teeth of adult women are longer than those found in adult men,' said Professor Rosas

Titanoboa (meaning titanic boa) lived 60-58 million years ago during the Paleocene epoch, a 10-million year period following the dinosaur extinction event. In 2009 fossils of 28 titanoboas were found in the coal mines in La Guajira, Columbia. The largest individuals would have been 42 feet long and weighed about 2,500 lbs.

Titanoboa (meaning titanic boa) lived 60-58 million years ago during the Paleocene epoch, a 10-million year period following the dinosaur extinction event. In 2009 fossils of 28 titanoboas were found in the coal mines in La Guajira, Columbia. The largest individuals would have been 42 feet long and weighed about 2,500 lbs.

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