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28 November, 05:47

Which part of Africa were the first human like beings discovered

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  1. 28 November, 06:39
    Answer:not for sure

    Explanation:The 2.8 million-year-old specimen is 400,000 years older than researchers thought that our kind first emerged.

    The discovery in Ethiopia suggests climate change spurred the transition from tree dweller to upright walker.

    The head of the research team told BBC News that the find gives the first insight into "the most important transitions in human evolution".

    This is the most important transition in human evolution

    Prof Brian Villmoare, University of Nevada

    Prof Brian Villmoare of the University of Nevada in Las Vegas said the discovery makes a clear link between an iconic 3.2 million-year-old hominin (human-like primate) discovered in the same area in 1974, called "Lucy".

    Could Lucy's kind - which belong
  2. 28 November, 06:42
    human fossils


    Despite the 1891 discovery by Eugène Dubois of what is now called Homo erectus at Trinil, Java, it was only in the 1920s when such fossils were discovered in Africa, that intermediate species began to accumulate. In 1925, Raymond Dart described Australopithecus africanus.
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