Skull find in Ethiopia yields new clues on how humans evolved | AFP Extrait

Excavation teams work on the site of the discovery of a cranium of a 3.8 million-year-old early human ancestor from the Afar region of Ethiopia. The skull, known as “MRD”, was discovered not far from the younger Lucy — the ancient ancestor of modern humans — and shows that the two species may have co-existed for about 100,000 years. IMAGES des fouilles en 2016 ET SONORES du paléoanthropologue Yohannes Haile-Selassie

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