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EHRS 2009
Year : 2009  |  Volume : 1  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 43 Table of Contents     

Tricho-philosophical morning dew


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Lucy's Pelt

Alfredo Rebora, University of Genova, Italy

Man is alone among the 193 species of primates to look glabrous. In this presentation, I will discuss the various hypotheses that have been proposed to explain not why we became relatively hairless (a non-sense in biological terms), advancing a new hypothesis on the main problem: when such mutation occurred and how it was implausibly favored permitting humans not only to survive, but even to crowd out all other mammals.




 

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