Web Resources by Subject: Anthropology 102 — Introduction to Human Evolution/Prehistory
- The American Association of Physical Anthropologists
- Human Genome Landmarks Poster: Chromosome Viewer
- The Secret Life of the Brain
- To Know Ourselves: the Human Genome Project
Learn about the Human genome at this Department of Energy site.
- The Tree of Life
- Understanding Evolution
Your one-stop source for information on evolution.
- Becoming Human
A multimedia look at human evolution
A PBS Program
- Human Origins Program
The Human Origins Program at the Smithsonian is dedicated to understanding the biological and cultural foundations of human life.
- The Koobi Fora Research Project
Thousands of fossils have been recovered here, including hundreds of hominid specimens
- The Smithsonian Institution Human Origins Program
- A Conversation with Koko
- American Society of Primatologists
- The Douc Langur Project
- Electronic Zoo
Get a GRASP on the United Nations effort to save the great apes.
The Gorilla Foundation
- Mask of the Mandrill
Just Hangin' On
- Primate Factsheets
Find detailed information about primates here.
- Recognizing Ourselves
- Saving Sumatra's Wild Orangutans
Report on the effects of ecotourism and habitat destruction on the Orangutans of Sumatra and efforts to save the animals.
Photos and Animations
- The eSkeletons Project
Site allows you to perform comparative anatomy.
- Gray's Anatomy Plates with help
- Picture Gallery of Fossil Hominids and Hominids from China.
- Skull Base Institute
This 3D map of the brain and skull base allows you to see inside the human skull and educates the viewer about anatomy and disease states.
- The Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections
- The Inner Body
Your Guide to Human Anatomy Online
- The Skull Module
Learn all about the bones of the human skull.
- The Whole Brain
Information, News and FAQs
- Anthro/Archaeology News (Yahoo)
- Anthropology Human Origins website
- Deptartment of Anthropology at the California Academy of Sciences
- Fossil Hominids FAQ
- Museum of Archeology and Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania
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