Biology News
Kill Those Invaders or Welcome Them? Scientists Split Over Invasive Species - Haaretz


Haaretz
Do you wage an all-out war against invaders — or do you treat them with compassion? The question is a burning one — at least among environmentalists, scientists and government agencies in Israel trying to develop a strategy for handling invasive species.

Scientists race to name unknown species before biodiversity disappears - Deutsche Welle


Deutsche Welle
This week, experts are meeting in Medellin, Colombia to discuss what governments can do to tackle the "unprecedented threats" to biodiversity. As a species, we have reshaped our planet in ways that could precipitate an unprecedented extinction crisis.

Dozens of species join endangered 'red list' and 2 declared extinct ... - Asahi Shimbun


Asahi Shimbun
Photo/Illutration Hynobius mikawaensis is now listed in critically endangered group. (Provided by Tomohiko Shimada, an associate professor of Aichi University ...

Hominid Species

La Habra - United States

Provides information on the discovery of hominid fossils in different parts of the world and the time range in which each species lived.

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Hominid Evolution
United Kingdom

The Hunterian Museum in Glasgow provides an online exhibition starting with the dryopithecine apes of the Miocine era and working through to modern humans.

Hominid Evolution
United States

An unorthodox human evolution theory based on a synthesis of biological and cultural theory and new discoveries in neuropsychology.

The Hominid Journey
United States

Demonstrates how our ancestors have changed over the last 4 million years. Provides information on the location and age of hominid discoveries and how the cranium and other features developed over time.

Hominid Journey, The
United States

Offers a time line spanning back four million years to the appearance of the first early hominids and reaching forward to today's Homo sapiens.

Prominent Hominid Fossils
United States

The list is sorted by species, going from older to more recent species. Within each species, finds are sorted by the order of their discovery. Each species has a type specimen which was used to define it.

Meat Eating and Hominid Evolution
Canada

Paper by Craig B Stanford and Henry T Bunn on this subject including how the pattern of meat eating in modern people compares with early humans.

Time-Space Chart: Hominid Fossils
United States

Provides details of the different hominid finds from around the world by place and species.

Early Hominid Evolution: A Survey of the Australopithecines and Related Genera
United States

Online tutorial about the discovery and analysis of early hominids, the Australopithecines.

Time-Space Chart of Hominid Fossils: Homo neanderthalensis
United States

Offers photographs of notable Neanderthals fossil specimens.

University of Barcelona (Spain) - Hominid Paleo-ethology Unit
Spain

Reconstructing the behavior of the first hominids (also in Spanish).