Physical Anthropology Links on the Internet

The Development of Evolutionary Theory   Read the complete works of Charles Darwin, the father of evolutionary theory on line.  You can read each of the following complete and on line: The Voyage of the Beagle, The Origin of Species, The Origin of Species - 6th Edition, The Descent of Man.   This is a useful  list of cyberresources put together  to provide supplemental materials to a course in Evolutionary Biology at Saint Anselm College.  The web site of the Natural History Museum of the County of Los Angeles.  This site contains lots of useful information on evolution, prehistory,  and other topics of interest to the student of evolution. An impressive table of links in paleoanthropology and related topics Enter Evolution: Theory and History. Good biographical sketches of the "founders of evolution" from Leonardo da Vinci to the twentieth century. Evolution web site: "4,000 million years crammed into one website".

Primate Behavior Laboratory Primate Newsletter. Excellent quarterly newsletter with articles pertaining to various aspects of research involving captive nonhuman primates.

Mammalian/Primate Evolutionary History The Tree of Life. A very complete classification of organisms following cladistic methodology.

Hominid Origins  History of Human evolution Provided by the American Museum of Natural History. The e-Skeletons Project website enables you to view the bones of a human, gorilla, and baboon and gather information about them from our osteology database.  pbs summary of human evolution

Early Hominids: Organization and Interpretation Becoming Human: Journey through the story of human evolution in a broadband documentary experience.

Lessons from the Past, Lessons for the Future World Resources Institute (WRI). Extensive coverage of topics including, among others, natural resources policies, forest resources, biodiversity, health, and environment.