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  • Australopithecus afarensis [r]: An extinct hominid species, which to some, is considered to be the "missing link" in human evolution. [e]
  • Australopithecus africanus [r]: A species of early hominin. [e]
  • Bonobo [r]: An ape found in the Republic of the Congo in Africa. [e]
  • Brain evolution [r]: The process by which the central nervous system changed over many generations. [e]
  • DNA [r]: A macromolecule — chemically, a nucleic acid — that stores genetic information. [e]
  • Digital object identifier [r]: Unique label for a computer readable object that can be found on the internet, usually used in academic journals. [e]
  • Dog [r]: Domesticated canine often kept as a pet or as a working animal and known as 'man's best friend'. [e]
  • Evolution of menopause [r]: History of the origins of menopause and the evolutionary processes that have affected the menstral cycle. [e]
  • Evolution of the human diet [r]: Factors in the development of the human diet in history. [e]
  • Evolution [r]: A change over time in the proportions of individual organisms differing genetically. [e]
  • Fat utilization hypothesis [r]: Hypothesis that explains the major role of phospholipid and fatty acid metabolism played in human evolution. [e]
  • Human and ape behavior [r]: Hypothesising behavioural characteristics of early hominids by observing the behaviour of members of the family Pongidae. [e]
  • Human [r]: Bipedal mammalian species native to most continents and sharing a common ape ancestor with chimpanzees, gorillas and orang-utans; notable for evolving language and adapting its habitat to its own needs. [e]
  • Language (general) [r]: A type of communication system, commonly used in linguistics, computer science and other fields to refer to different systems, including 'natural language' in humans, programming languages run on computers, and so on. A wider definition of language - what counts as a language and what doesn't - is a difficult philosophical topic, deserving an article in its own right. [e]
  • Maximum life span [r]: Measure of the maximum amount of time one or more members of a group has been observed to survive between birth and death. [e]
  • Mirror self-recognition [r]: A psychological test used as an indicator for the capability of self-recognition in children, patients or non-human animals. [e]
  • Origin of music [r]: The evolutionary background of the human capacity for music. [e]
  • Paranthropus robustus [r]: A species of early hominin found only in South Africa. [e]
  • Primatology [r]: The study of the behaviorial and biological characteristics belonging to the members of the order Primates. [e]
  • Project Mercury [r]: The United States' first manned spaceflight program. [e]
  • Protein [r]: A polymer of amino acids; basic building block of living systems. [e]
  • Space Race [r]: A competition of space exploration between the United States and Soviet Union, which lasted roughly from 1957 to 1975. [e]
  • Sue Savage-Rumbaugh [r]: (b. 1946) American primatologist most famous for her work with two bonobos, Kanzi and Panbanisha, investigating their apparent use of language via lexigrams and computer-based keyboards. [e]
  • Survival of the Fattest [r]: A book by Stephen C. Cunnane that outlines why fat babies are important to human brain evolution. [e]
  • Vitamin C [r]: Required by a few mammalian species, including humans and higher primates. It is water-soluble and is usually obtained by eating fruits and vegetables; associated with scurvy (hence its chemical name, ascorbic acid). [e]