The preferential use of the right hand is an older practice than previously thought and is an ancestral characteristic of the first hominids.

The preferential use of the right hand is an older practice than previously thought and is an ancestral characteristic of the first hominids.

Neanderthals were considered to be the first species with well-defined laterality, but now an international study led by IPHES traces this fact to the first species associated with our genus, Homo habilis.

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