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Can you hear me now? The evolution of malleus, incus and stapes in early hominins

By Ellie Smith (Claremont McKenna College) [Edited by Lars Schmitz, as part of BIOL 167 “Sensory Evolution”, an upper division class at the W.M. Keck Science Department. Written for educational purposes only.] Ears come in all shapes and sizes. Bird … Continue reading

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