Researchers Worldwide Use CT Technology to Virtually Reconstruct Skull of a Large Extinct Lemur

Monday, July 28, 2008 - 16:35 in Paleontology & Archaeology

Fossils recovered in a remote cave in the Southeast corner of Madagascar by William L. Jungers, Ph.D., a paleoanthropologist at Stony Brook University Medical Center, and his colleagues in Hawaii, Oregon, Massachusetts and Madagascar have been reuinted and reconstructed via computed tomography (CT) technology by collaborators at Pennsylvania State University.

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