Monthly Archives: October 2016

Dinner talk was on discovery of new human-like species

Becca Peixotto, one of the archeologists who participated in the ground-breaking discovery of a previously unknown human-like species in 2013, spoke on “Archeology:  The view from the end of the cave” at a Joint ECWG and Circumnavigator’s Club dinner meeting on Saturday, … Continue reading

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Dinner talk described monkeys’ skilled use of tools

Dorothy M. Fragaszy, spoke to an ECWG dinner on Oct. 15, 2018 on “Hercules with a tail:  Stone tool use in wild bearded capuchin monkeys.”  She described how wild capuchin monkeys living in Fazenda Boa Vista Piauí, Brazil; a dry … Continue reading

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Lew Toulmin MN’04 returns from Flag Expedition to Vanuatu

Lew Toulmin, Ph.D., F.R.G.S., MN ’04 just returned from a successful Flag Expedition to the Republic of Vanuatu in the SW Pacific, where he and a team of Explorers Club members interviewed, studied and documented the previously unknown “Female Chiefs … Continue reading

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