Paleoanthropologist Zeresenay Alemseged’s TEDtalk

Yesterday, I got sent a video of paleoanthropologist Zeresenay Alemseged‘s talk at this year’s TED conference. Zeresenay AlemsegedLast year we all got introduced to Zeresenay Alemseged when he and colleagues published their report on Selam a.k.a. Dikika fossil. Selam is a 3.3 million year old Australopithecus afarensis child.Here’s some of the stuff I wrote about that fossil:

In the TEDtalk, Zeresenay talks about looking for the roots of humanity in Ethiopia’s badlands, what he has found, and how Africa holds the clues to what makes us human. TED has a lot content on his talk, and why you should listen to him.

6 thoughts on “Paleoanthropologist Zeresenay Alemseged’s TEDtalk

  1. Hello i was watching the conferences about the origins of humanity on ted.com, and i would like to comment that along some of my fellows we got a project related with your thread, it´s an webpage that works as a link to bound several families across the world to connect citizens of latinoamericans countries mostly, i hope for your answer to send more information of this project.

    att. Ricardo Tovar Rodríguez.

    Universidad Internacional, Cuernavaca Mor. México

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