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The study is primarily based on the morphology of the teeth, face, and braincase that this species has been compared with more recent human fossils.Breakthrough Shows Humans Were Already Standing on Their Own Two Feet 7 Million Years Ago | Jean-Renaud Boisserie | September 1, 2022 | Singularity Hub
The creature’s beak, braincase, and talons were studied using geometric morphometric and finite-element analyses, tools that allowed the team to determine the shape and strength of the bird’s features.This 30-pound eagle would take down 400-pound prey and dig through their organs | Margo Milanowski | December 3, 2021 | Popular-Science
They’re hoping to understand how modern birds developed the ability to move the upper bill relative to the braincase, which is known as cranial kinesis and allowed them to manipulate a wider variety of food.This 120-million-year-old bird may have been one of the first to shake its tail feathers | Kate Baggaley | September 17, 2021 | Popular-Science
These layers have also yielded remains of fire pits, burned animal bones, scorched tortoise shells and four Neandertal fossils — a piece of a leg bone, two teeth and part of a braincase.Finds in a Spanish cave inspire an artistic take on warm-weather Neandertals | Bruce Bower | March 9, 2021 | Science News
In crocodiles and their relatives, the roof of the mouth, or palate, is fused to the braincase.This ancient fish-crocodile mashup snared its prey using a key adaptation | Kate Baggaley | February 3, 2021 | Popular-Science
In young females the width of the braincase is more than the distance between the alveoli of the incisor and first molar.Subspeciation in Pocket Gophers of Kansas, [KU. Vol. 1 No. 11] | Bernardo Villa-R
Skull: Size medium; braincase well inflated; zygomata strong, moderately appressed to cranium.
Skull: Large; zygomata strong and arched; braincase well inflated.
Skull: Smooth and rounded; braincase inflated; zygomata strong.
Skull: Large; braincase well inflated; zygomatic arches strong and slightly appressed to skull.
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