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.

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Lucy, the fossil who rewrote human history.

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