Mating Habit Apes

Aliens - atomic rockets, Devil in the dark (1967) the horta was an example of silicon life.; now we are really sailing off into terra incognito. "here be dragons" and all that. but if you have starships, you almost have to have aliens (isaac asimov's foundation trilogy being the most notable exception).the "science" is called astrobiology, the famous "science in search of a subject".. Australopithecus - ecotao, Australopithecus was a bipedal ape with a small brain (450 cubic centimeters) (washburn, 1978), and had massive, thickly enamelled molar teeth adapted to a diet of tough plant material. its chest is funnel-shaped, with long arms and short legs as in apes. bipedalism arose before the evolution of intelligence or large brain volumes associated with humans, a proposal that haeckel presented in. Brains do it: lust, attraction, and attachment, What creates new love’s sense of uniqueness, intrusive thoughts, intense attention, and raging emotions—our culture or our brain? anthropologist helen fisher argues that lust, attraction, and abiding attachment may follow distinct tracks in our brains, often dislocating the mating process in ways that result in our epidemics of spouse battering, and divorce..

99 strange collective animal names | mnn - mother nature, 99 strange collective animal names whether it's a shrewdness of apes or a zeal of zebras, lots of animals have bizarre names when they cluster into crowds.. Koala bear facts - animal facts encyclopedia, Koala bear facts, photos and videos..the koala has a darling expression but its big head contains one of the smaller brains percentage wise in the animal kingdom, and a rather primitive one at that. Charles f. hockett - wikipedia, Charles francis hockett (january 17, 1916 – november 3, 2000) was an american linguist who developed many influential ideas in american structuralist linguistics. he represents the post-bloomfieldian phase of structuralism often referred to as "distributionalism" or "taxonomic structuralism".his academic career spanned over half a century at cornell and rice universities..

Biology question bank – 99 mcqs on “evolution” – answered!, 2. (b): the term evolution was coined by herbert spencer, an english philosopher which means unrolling or unfolding of nature that brings about an orderly change from one form or condition to another resulting in descendents becoming different from ancestors. thus, it is history and development of race along with variations. 3. “continuity of germplasm” theory was given by. Neoteny and two-way sexual selection in human evolution, This essay focuses on the trait of neoteny - or the retention of childlike characteristics in mature members of a species. this process appears so amplified in humanity that we have been called the neotenous clan of apes. humans much more closely resemble chimp or gorilla infants than adults of either species.. Species of india - deer family of india, Deer family of india deer are the most ancient of all the ruminants ( cud chewing animals) and are mostly found in the forests or in the open grasslands..