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What is Skeletal Biology? What is specification of Skeletal Biology? Describe please.

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Why study of Skeletal Biology?

We study the function and evolution of the musculo-skeletal system, with a main focus on using experimental and morphometric approaches to addressing how and why the human body looks the way it does. Recent experimental research projects include the biomechanics and evolution of running, chewing, food processing, walking, throwing, and sweating. We as well work on morphometric and developmental studies of craniofacial growth in humans, hominins, and other mammals.

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