But Green and Alemseged need to conduct a more detailed analysis of various bony landmarks on Selam's shoulder blades to support a scenario of frequent tree climbing says anthropologist Yohannes Haile-Selassie of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
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4 million years ago, Lucy's species, which walked upright on two legs, was not the only hominin species living in this region of Ethiopia," Yohannes Haile-Selassie, lead author and project leader from The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, said.
We thank the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and annotators--James Bissell, George Argus, and Charles Tubesing.
University Circle, the nation's largest concentration of cultural institutions within one square mile, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Western Reserve Historical Society, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Play House, African American Museum, and the Cleveland Botanical Garden, among others.
After his death, Balto's "taxidermied" body went to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.