List some of the sub-fields found in physical anthropology, and state what each studies A. Genes and skeletons of primates, osteology, and forensics B. biology, geology, dating techniques, chemistry, and genetics C. flora analysis of graves along with faunal studies of domesticaetd animals D. cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, archaeology, primate studies

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List some of the sub-fields found in physical anthropology, and state what each studies

A. Genes and skeletons of primates, osteology, and forensics
B. biology, geology, dating techniques, chemistry, and genetics
C. flora analysis of graves along with faunal studies of domesticaetd animals
D. cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, archaeology, primate studies

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