Ethiopia's Lucy Has Company as New Skull Discovered in Afar
Lucy, the famed partial skeleton found in Ethiopia in 1974, has a new companion - a male skull found just 55 kilometres from her resting place, which scientists say helps to fill a major information gap on the early evolution of man, writes RFI.
Lucy, the fossil who rewrote human history.
Lucy's Incredible Tourist Attraction
Ethiopian Herald, 16 September 2016
Ethiopia has immense tourism potential outstanding to its natural, historical and cultural endowments. The nation is benefiting a lot from the tourism sector and it covers 4… Read more »
Fossils Proving Nation As Land of Origins
Ethiopian Herald, 14 September 2016
Uniquely, Ethiopia has mix of natural, cultural, historical and archaeological attractions. Of late, a team of scientists has come up with new finding concerning the death of… Read more »
Saving the Epicenter, Origin of Mankind
Ethiopian Herald, 31 March 2016
Omo and Awash lower valleys in this regard are the epicenters of the cradle of mankind -- though doubts remain whether the country has done enough to promote and protect these… Read more »