Evolutionary 'Game Changer': Fossil May Be Human Ancestor

Scientists say a set of 2-million-year-old fossils could be a key link in the process of evolution that led to modern human beings. Some say the bones, which were found found in South Africa in 2008 and include a foot, hand, and parts of the pelvis and skull, could be a "game-changer" in understanding human evolution. They belonged to Australopithecus sediba, a type of pre-human who scientists have said could be an ancestor of modern Homo sapiens. It has characteristics of older members of the...Full Story
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