New Light on Human Ancestor's Diet

A team working on the 2-million-year-old human ancestor is causing a stir in scientific circles after publishing new findings on what our early ancestors ate.

  • South Africa:   New Light On Human Ancestor's Diet

    SA Info, 28 June 2012

    A South African-led research team working on Australopithecus sediba, the 2-million-year-old human ancestor recently discovered in South Africa, have published new findings on what… Read more »

Sediba's hand is unique.