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Reconstructing Human Origins
Addressing some of the most central questions in paleoanthropology where did we come from? is the emergence of humans an evolutionary anomaly? Professor Conroy explores with clarity and enthusiasm the promise and challenges of this exciting field. The Second Edition has been significantly expanded and reorganized for greater accessibility."
Paperback, Second Edition, 592 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by W. W. Norton & Company
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My favorite Human Evolution book as of late, Conroy is a great author, the data is up to date, and though I'm not a fan of his adherence to a strict(er) Muti-regional model, it's still a great book. Evolution with a sense of humor.