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Science  19 May 2017:
Vol. 356, Issue 6339, pp. 710
DOI: 10.1126/science.aan0845

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Most popular books on human evolu­tion leverage the discovery of a new fossil to reassess how paleoanthro­pologists have pieced together our evolutionary history. In Evolution's Bite, Peter Ungar takes a very dif­ferent approach, focusing on the structure and function of teeth to chart the dietary adaptations of living primates and fossil and archaeological hominin populations.