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Fossil discovery reveals face of oldest early human ancestor

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Fossil discovery reveals face of oldest early human ancestor

Fossil discovery reveals face of oldest early human ancestor

The ancestor's face has been reconstructed from a skull found in Ethiopia and is the direct ancestor of the skeleton, Lucy, found in 1974.


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