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     A New Branch of Humanity?

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Finger Bone Points to New Branch of Humanity. A finger bone from Siberia now reveals a previously unknown group of ancient humans once existed there, one neither like us nor Neanderthals. Bizarrely, the DNA from these extinct Siberians seems unusually similar to that of Pacific Islanders from tropical Melanesia. The 30,000-yea ... < < < more > > > less < < <

#anthropology #evolution #darwin #dna #fossils

     Closest Human Ancestor May Rewrite Steps in Our Evolution

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Fossils of the extinct hominid known as Australopithecus sediba were accidentally discovered by the 9-year-old son of a scientist in the remains of a cave in South Africa in 2008, findings detailed by researchers last year. The fossils' mix of human and primitive traits found in the brains, hips, feet and hands make a strong case for i ... < < < more > > > less < < <

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     Fossil Skeleton From Africa Predates Lucy

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Ardi, short for Ardipithecus ramidus, is the newest fossil skeleton out of Africa to take its place in the gallery of human origins. At an age of 4.4 million years, it lived well before and was much more primitive than the famous 3.2-million-year-old Lucy, of the species Australopithecus afarensis. Since finding fragments of the old ... < < < more > > > less < < <

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