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Anthropology: Biological Anthropology

Biological or physical anthropology is concerned with the evolutionary biology and behavior of humans, non-human primates, and extinct hominids.

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  • Browse the shelves for: GN49 - GN298 (Physical Anthropology) on the Museum Library's second level and in the Van Pelt Library and QH301 - QH705 (Biology), QL (Zoology), QM (Human Anatomy), QP (Physiology), and R (Medicine) on the Museum Library's first level.

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