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We Are Sent Here By History – Shabaka and the Ancestors

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We Are Sent Here By History

Shabaka and the Ancestors

Genre: Jazz

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Release Date: March 13, 2020

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The Time Zack Morris Disgraced His Native American Ancestors

The Time Zack Morris Disgraced His Native American Ancestors

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Remember the ‘Saved by the Bell’ when Zack Morris disgraced his Native American ancestors? Zack Morris is trash.
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News: New Evidence Confirms First Human Ancestors Climbed Down From Trees To Retrieve Dropped Snack

TEMPE, AZ—Providing a definitive explanation as to how and why early humans evolved away from their closest primate relatives, researchers at the Arizona State University Institute of Human Origins presented findings Tuesday confirming that our species’ first ancestors began to climb down from trees to retrieve snacks they had dropped.

Anatomical evidence from the 6-million-year-old fossilized remains of Sahelanthropus peinaó—which was unearthed earlier this year in South Africa and is now believed to be the last common ancestor shared by chimpanzees and modern humans—suggests that the animal frequently descended from the jungle canopy to retrieve delicious morsels that it fumbled from its pudgy hands due to inattention, overeager eating, or a loosening grasp as it dozed off after a meal. According to scientists, it was this snack-retrieval instinct that gradually shaped the tree-dwelling hominid into the modern terrestrial Homo sapiens.

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