Two Campaigns of Belgian, Russian Multidisciplinary Research in the Valley of the Sebystei (Kosh-Agash Region, Gomo-Altaï) Preliminary results.
“Two Campaigns of Belgian, Russian Multidisciplinary Research in the Valley of the Sebystei (Kosh-Agash Region, Gomo-Altaï) Preliminary Results.
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Russian Science Academy, Sib Erian Branch, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography. Moscow, Saint Petersburg and other big Russian cities burst with employment opportunities and are a challenging work environment.If you make it in Russia, you can make it anywhere.However, in 1959, Mary Leakey recovered the cranium of a young adult that had a small brain, large face, tiny canines and massive chewing teeth (which earned it the nickname of "The Nutcracker man"). habilis was short and had disproportionately long arms compared to modern humans; however, it had a less protruding face than the australopithecines from which it is thought to have descended. habilis had a cranial capacity slightly less than half of the size of modern humans. habilis remains are often accompanied by primitive stone tools (e.g. Homo habilis has often been thought to be the ancestor of the more gracile and sophisticated Homo ergaster, which in turn gave rise to the more human-appearing species, Homo erectus. These hominins were smaller than modern humans, on average standing no more than 1.3 m (4 ft 3 in) tall.Debates continue over whether all of the known fossils are properly attributed to the species, and some paleoanthropologists regard the taxon as invalid, made up of fossil specimens of Australopithecus and Homo. A fragment of fossilized jawbone, dated to around 2.8 million years ago, was discovered in the Ledi-Geraru research area in Afar Regional State in 2013.