By: R Foley
313 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
^: ¬ Illus, figs, tabs. Looks at how uniqueness arises for all species through the mechanism of natural selection. It does so by examining problems that early hominids faced in their environment, and at the types of solution selection might have favoured.
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