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Little Foot skeleton unveiled in South Africa

BBC News Wednesday, 6 December 2017
Little Foot skeleton unveiled in South AfricaOne of the oldest and most complete skeletons of our ancestors is unveiled in South Africa.
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The remains of mankind's oldest known ancestor are now on public display. Held at a university in Johannesburg, South Africa, the fossilized remains date back more than 3 million years. Known as "Little Foot," the remains belong to the Australopithecus species. The fossil was named after small foot...

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