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Monday, October 19, 2020

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Evolution is one of many theoretical debates on how people came to be.

One thing that can be said and hold true to almost everyone is that the human skeleton isn’t easy to understand.

Students who take the Anthropology 111 lab class have to observe and measure everything from differences in skull sizes to seeing how big a toe is.

Just knowing something as simple as the shape and size of teeth can give anthropologists an idea on what our ancestors once ate.

With the combination of Anthropology 101, this laboratory class can be taken to complete general education requirements in biological science.

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