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In the recent description of the hominin postcranial material from Dmanisi, Georgia, Lordkipanidze and colleagues (Lordkipanidze et al. [2007] Nature 449: 305-310) claim that the Dmanisi hominins walked with more medially oriented feet than do modern humans. They draw this functional inference from two postcranial features: a wide talar neck angle and a(More)
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