April 23, 2014

If Humans Evolved from Monkeys, Why are there Still Monkeys?

Andrew Holmes

This lecture will explore the common questions and misconceptions about evolutionary theory. Drawing on examples from the primate fossil record, Andrew will explain what monkeys, apes, and humans have in common, what makes them different, and how these differences came to be.

About the Presenter

Andrew Holmes

Andrew C. Holmes is a University of Toronto graduate student currently working on a Masters of Science in Evolutionary Anthropology. His research focuses on how the shape of wrist bones relate to locomotion in monkeys and apes. Andrew has worked as an archaeologist in Western Europe and Eastern Canada and has an encyclopedic knowledge of the history of Rock and Roll.


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