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Scientists showed the step-by-step evolution of the origins of the human face via the fossils of a 410-million-year-old jawless fish.
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The carnivore, named Mapusaurus, lived 100 million years ago in Argentina and was apparently a pack hunter, not a solitary predator.
A UC Berkeley biologist announces that a new fossil discovery links the famous “Lucy” skeleton (~ 3 million - 3.6 million years old) to an even more ancient human ancestor—from about 4.1 million years back.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2015
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