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Join an Online Conversation with Smithsonian Anthropology Curator Richard Potts

Skeleton comparison (l-r): Homo erectus, Australopithecus afarensis and Homo neanderthalensis (By Chip Clark, Smithsonian)

Want to participate in a discussion on the Smithsonian‘s new 15,000 sq. ft. David H Koch Hall of Human Origins, which chronicles human evolution over the past 6 million years? The Washington Post has announced that Richard Potts, paleoanthropologist and curator of anthropology, will be online today at 11:00 am ET to take questions and comments about the exhibit.  Submit your questions and comments before or during the discussion.

See also today’s Washington Post article and photo gallery on the exhibition hall, and the website for the Smithsonian’s Human Origins program.


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