A BIG Month for Paleoanthropology: March Roundup

A Jaw, Eagle Beads, & More! To say that March was an interesting month for paleoanthropology would be a colossal understatement. March publications suggested revisions to the Homo genus, argued that Neandertals were skilled jewelry makers, and explored body diversity in hominins. But while you’re still digesting¬†from the Ledi Jaw and the Kenyan pelvis, I’m…