- To hell with Carlyle, - said Tim, and slammed the door to the room where casts were cast. I stayed outside. After a while he began to pick up the best-preserved fragments, and in the evening began to draw them together. He eventually regained full reconstruction. Later, the artist and anthropologist Jay Metterns made on the basis of the reconstruction of a series of drawings. Being an expert in anatomy, he could recreate the muscle tissue and the appearance of ancient hominids, based on the specific characteristics of fossil bones. His reconstructions of Australopithecus afarensis and other early hominids seem quite plausible, although he admits that it is impossible to determine exactly what was the shape of the nose, hair distribution on the face, the size of the mammary glands in females. Be that as it may, the work Metternsa repeated what previously said bone - a small, thin, extremely strong human body, crowned, as noted by Sherwood Washburn, monkey head.
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