I broke my left clavicle (“collar bone”) when I was 12. It is probably the worst bone to break (we can fight about this in the comments) because you don’t get a cast, you just get a sling. 831 more words
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Biological anthropology is one of the four major subfields of anthropology. Very generally, biological anthropology examines the biological development of human beings–meaning that we study everything from human evolution, our evolutionary cousins (other primates), comparative anatomy, osteology (the study of bones), and ecology. 506 more words
Why can't monkeys talk? Their anatomy is 'speech-ready' but their brains aren't wired for it: neuroscientist
Why can’t monkeys talk?
For decades it has been a textbook fact that monkeys cannot speak because their throats and mouths are not set up for it. 724 more words
A degree in anthropology opens graduates to a variety of career paths.
A few months ago I read an article in Fortune magazine that featured this caption in an article: “Hormel developed Rev, a new line of on-the-go-meals with input from its house anthropologist, who noticed that today’s students don’t put down their phones during meals.” The phrase “house anthropologist” jumped out at me. 798 more words