Not So Unique After All - Life Science - Reflective Journal

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BIOL1001-01 Life Science

According to a co-investigation by American and Japanese researchers, wear signs on teeth on macaques appear to change the complete panoramic of human evolution.
We need to talk about evolution first. It is a series of changes in organisms over time that inherit specific characteristics that make them adapt to their environment in the event of sudden change or necessary adaptation. This facilitates the expansion of the species and guarantees the survival of the better adapted.
It was first indicated that these signs of wear were told to be a cultural representation that teeth were used as some tool by humans. However, Japanese researchers found the same symbols on specific macaques that did not use tools.
The research found that these macaques had such marks because of their eating habits, such as accidentally digesting sand in their food and attempt...

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