Mar 25, 2016 ... What separates humans from other animals? ... So what exactly makes us so
special? ... bone below the tongue, unique in that it is not attached to any other
bones in the body, allows us to articulate words when speaking.
May 25, 2008 ... It is thus with decidedly mixed feelings that we regard the frequent reports that
activities once thought to be uniquely human are also performed ...
Paleontologists have identified many features unique to human skeletons,
enabling them ... But these skeletal qualities can't fully define "what makes us
Humans are obviously far more capable than other animals. ... trait that's
determined by genetics, some races will have more or less of what makes up that
May 25, 2008 ... Prof. Michael Tomasello, co-director of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, whose work on chimpanzees and human ...
Nov 4, 2011 ... Now, it's been suggested that perhaps mental time travel and having a theory of
mind are two uniquely human ways of thinking that separate us ...
Homo sapiens, also called 'modern humans' by anthropologists - a concept I'll
return to later – evolved according to the fossil record more than 200,000 years ...
Apr 15, 2015 ... Jump to features not unique to humans Nemose. Humans share ... What makes
us so vulnerable to the PTSD that it became epidemic? Is it the ...
Jul 22, 2015 ... We like to believe we're unique. So what makes humans different from animals?
For a long while, we thought that intelligence set us apart.
... stories to each other and ourselves. Is there a unique trait linking all human
beings? The truly unique trait of Sapiens is our ability to create and believe fiction