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Re: Homo sapiens idaltu

Quoting Kimba4evr@aol.com:

> Not dinosaur, but I thought of interest to post:
> June 11 â??  Scientists have unearthed three 160,000-year-old human skulls in
> Ethiopia that are the oldest known and best-preserved fossils of modern
> humansâ?? immediate predecessors. The nearly complete skulls of an adult male
> and a child and the partial skull of a second adult appear to represent a
> crucial stage of human evolution when the facial features of modern humans
> arose.
> Full story at:  http://www.msnbc.com/news/924977.asp

Also featured in this week's _Nature_.

Nick Pharris
Department of Linguistics
University of Michigan