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Physical Anthropology

Physical anthropology is a subfield of anthropology that studies the physical and biological aspects of human beings, including their evolution, biology, and variation. It often includes the study of human fossils and the reconstruction of human evolutionary history, as well as the study of human variation and adaptation in living populations. Physical anthropologists use a variety of methods, including genetics, morphology, and biochemistry, to understand the human species and its place in the natural world.

Physical Anthropology

See Also

Action AnthropologyAmerican AnthropologyAnthropology of Art
Anthropology of DevelopmentApplied AnthropologyAuto Anthropology
British AnthropologyCognitive AnthropologyCorporate Anthropology
Cyborg AnthropologyDigital AnthropologyEconomic Anthropology
Environmental AnthropologyEpidemiological AnthropologyFather of Anthropology
Forensic AnthropologyFrench AnthropologyGerman Anthropology
Indian AnthropologyJapanese AnthropologyLegal Anthropology
Media AnthropologyMuseum AnthropologyNutritional Anthropology
Philosophical AnthropologyPolitical AnthropologyPsychological Anthropology
Public AnthropologyRussian AnthropologyTheological Anthropology
Transpersonal AnthropologyTribal AnthropologyUrban Anthropology
Visual AnthropologyKinanthropometrySociology