10:40 pm
30 September 2020

Cambridge professor with a 3D scan recovery human last common ancestor of the skull

Cambridge professor with a 3D scan recovery human last common ancestor of the skull

Human evolution is a slow process, but scientists believe that in prehistoric times, is the ancestor of the same kind of people around the world. For the study of human common ancestor, aur of the Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, University of Cambridge,, Lien mounier with a research team creates a virtual fossil might be able to restore the common human ancestors looked like.99

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It is understood that the prehistoric Neanderthal man was the last Human ( neanderthals ), extinction about 40,000 years ago. The researchers combined a couple of skull fossils and modern human skulls, and apply digital measurement of 3D scanning and advanced algorithm to create a virtual skull fossils.They think this is the last common ancestor of homo sapiens and neanderthals.102

3D scan data of a virtual skull dates back to 2 million years ago, it combines a 1.6 million years ago Homo sapiens skull, a Neanderthal skull found in Europe and a few from the University of Cambridge in 19th century, the skull collection of data.Before data can be obtained by combining forecast evolution of the human skull structure, to form a human skull framework of the common ancestor, the basic able to restore its shape.