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Origins of Life
: Human Evolution
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[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Shows the different shapes of skulls from chimpanzees through to modern humans. Photographs of fossils can be compared while reading about the characteristics.
[ Mature Teens ] - Comprehensive human evolution and archaeology online resource.
Athena Review: Homo erectus
[ Mature Teens ] - Goes through the detailed history of homo erectus, one of modern humans ancestors.
BBC: Walking with Cavemen
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Describes the differences between different species of human ancestors, plus cavemen facts.
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Journey through the story of human evolution in a multimedia documentary experience. Requires high-speed Internet connection and Macromedia Flash.
Early Hominid Evolution
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Looks at the discovery and analysis of early hominids.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Guide to the important discoveries and different species. Includes a simple chart for following the development of skills and culture.
Evolution of Humans
[ Mature Teens ] - Detailed discussion of human evolution with illustrations and graphs.
Fossil Hominids: The Evidence for Human Evolution
[ Mature Teens ] - An overview of human evolution, summarizing current thinking and describing the fossil evidence for Australopithecus and Homo.
Handprint : Ancestral Lines
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Provides an 'interactive' graph that maps the journey of hominid ancestors from 5 million years ago to present day with descriptions of the various species.
Human Evolution: The Fossil Evidence in 3D
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Interactive images of the skulls of modern primate relatives and fossils of the ancestors of humans. [Requires Shockwave]
Human Evolution: You Try It (PBS)
[ Kids/Teens ] - Explores when humans evolved, who their ancestors were, and why these species adapted. Includes Shockwave game.
Human Family Tree
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - A high school research project describes each of the different fossil discoveries and the way they fit onto a timeline.
Human Origins Program
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Movies and photographs illustrate the journey through five million years of human evolution, with FAQ and news of recent discoveries. From the Smithsonian Institution.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - This interactive exhibit allows the viewer to walk through the stages of human evolution from Australopithecus to homo sapiens.
Leakey.com: The Leakey Family
[ Mature Teens ] - Biographies and research of this family studying human evolution in Africa.
Origin of the Species
[ Mature Teens ] - Written in 1859 by Charles Darwin, it is a description of evolution by natural selection.
Pictures of Human Evolution
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Reconstructions, photographs, illustrations and timelines are used to represent the development of modern man.
ReligiousTolerance.org on Evolution and Creationism
[ Mature Teens ] - Overview and history of the Evolution/Creation debate.
Think Quest: Human Origins
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Examines the mysteries and theories involved, with comparisons between the different stages of development as reflected by fossil discoveries. [Dutch and English]
BBC News: Asteroids May Have Affected Human Evolution
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Article reports the views of two researchers who believe that man's development could have been influenced by frequent cosmic catastrophes. (April 12, 2001)
Flat-faced Man is Puzzle
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] - BBC News story about the discovery of fossil remains of a human-like creature that researchers say represents an entirely new branch on the human family tree. (March 21, 2001)
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