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. Here are just some of the many subfields of biological anthropology: Palaeoanthropology […]

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