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xiii [Timeline] Henry Harpending, University of Utah

6 [Wolf] U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior

6 [Two dogs] Deanne Fitzmaurice

8 [Teosinte and corn] National Science Foundation

35 [Lascaux] Larry Dale Gordon, Getty Images

38 [Venus of Dolni Vestonice] Petr Novak, Wikipedia, Creative

Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.5 38 [Venus of Willendorf] Matthias Kabel, Wikipedia, Creative Commons CC-BY 2.5

38 [Blombos ochre] Christopher Henshilwood, National Science Foundation

39 [Lion Man of Hohlenstein] John Hawks, University of Wisconsin 47 [AIDS retrovirus] Los Alamos National Laboratories

49 [Zebu cow] U.S. Department of Agriculture

49 [Texas longhorn] Larry D. Moore, Wikipedia, Creative Commons

Attribution ShareAlike 2.5 110 [Man with the Hoe] The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Jean-Fran├žois Millet, Man with a Hoe, 1862, black chalk and white chalk heightening on buff paper, 28.1 X 34.9 cm (11Vi6 X 133/ in.). 133 [Limone sul Garda] Corbis

150 [Tuareg] Florence Devouard, Wikipedia, Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 1.0

151 [Afghan girl] Steve McCurry, Magnum Photos

192 [Two bell curves] Henry Harpending, University of Utah 205 [European genetic substructure analysis] Chao Tian, Robert M. Plenge, Michael Ransom, Annette Lee, Pablo Villoslada, Carlo Selmi, Lars Klareskog et al., "Analysis and Application of European Genetic Substructure Using 300K SNP Information," PLOS Genetics 4, no. 1 (2008): e4. Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic.

218 [Whippets] Dana S. Mosher, Pascale Quignon, Carlos D. Busta-mante, Nathan B. Sutter, Cathryn S. Mellersh, Heidi G. Parker,

Elaine A. Ostrander et al., "A Mutation in the Myostatin Gene Increases Muscle Mass and Enhances Racing Performance in Heterozygote Dogs," PLOS Genetics 3, no. 5 (2007): e79. Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic.

221 [drawing of neurons showing axon growth] Andreas Schwarz,

Elizabeth Rapaport, Koret Hirschberg, and Anthony H. Futerman, "A Regulatory Role for Sphingolipids in Neuronal Growth: Inhibition of Sphingolipid Synthesis and Degradation Have Opposite Effects on Axonal Branching," Journal of Biological Chemistry 270, no. 18 (1995): 10990-10998.

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