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Extinct Humans

By: Ian Tattersall and Jeffrey Schwartz
256 pages, Col photos, illus
Publisher: Westview Press
Extinct Humans
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Tattersall and Schwartz present evidence that many distinct species of humans have existed during the history of the homonid family, often simultaneously. Furthermore, these species may have contributed to one another's extinction.
`The book is an intellectual adventure that would be well worth undertaking for its intriguing denouement alone, but there is in addition a wealth of information stops en route.' Scientific American

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Ian Tattersall is Chairman and Curat or, Department of Anthropology, at the American Museum of Natural History and adjunct professor of a nthropology at Columbia University. His books include The Last Neanderthal , Becoming Human , and The Myths of Human Evolution (with Niles Eldredge). Jeffrey Schwartz is professor of physical anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh and a research associate at the American Museum of Natural History. He is the author of The Red Ape , What Bones Tell Us , and Skeleton Keys .
By: Ian Tattersall and Jeffrey Schwartz
256 pages, Col photos, illus
Publisher: Westview Press
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