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Keywords

Ethiopia; Evolution; Fossils; Ledi-Geraru; Paleoanthropology; Research; University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Abstract

Brian Villmoare’s identification of a 2.8 million-year-old jawbone suggests our earliest human ancestors — that “branch of the human family tree that leads to us” — were thriving almost half-a-million years earlier than scientists had previously supposed.


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