India at the cross-roads of human evolution

@article{Patnaik2009IndiaAT,
  title={India at the cross-roads of human evolution},
  author={R. Patnaik and P. Chauhan},
  journal={Journal of Biosciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={34},
  pages={729-747}
}
The Indian palaeoanthropological record, although patchy at the moment, is improving rapidly with every new find. This broad review attempts to provide an account of (a) the Late Miocene fossil apes and their gradual disappearance due to ecological shift from forest dominated to grassland dominated ecosystem around 9-8 Ma ago, (b) the Pliocene immigration/evolution of possible hominids and associated fauna, (c) the Pleistocene record of fossil hominins, associated fauna and artifacts, and (d… Expand
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