Palaeoanthropologists study the origins and development of early humans using fossil remains. They use biological evidence such as fossilised skeletal remains, bone fragments and footprints alongside cultural artefacts such as stone tools which were made by early humans to discover how the human species developed and evolved.
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- The Primary Science Teaching Trust has a downloadable slideshow (PDF) about Emma Dunne who is a palaeobiologist. It’s part of their resource A Scientist Just Like Me.