Topic: Tim White
A team led by renowned paleoanthropologist Meave Leakey has discovered new fossils that they say suggests that our apelike ancestors shared their habitat with other hominid species.
A discovery in Ethiopia of 3-million-year old foot bones that once belonged to a human relative suggests that human bipedalism evolved more than once.
Ardi, the 4.4 million-year-old skeleton whose discovery last year upended models of human evolution, has prompted a debate about where she lived, and whether she is indeed an ancestor of modern humans.
05/28/2010 01:50 pm
'Ardi', a 4.4 million year old hominid in Ethiopia, is less ape-like than scientists expected. That could mean long-accepted models of the common ancestor between humans and apes are wrong.
10/01/2009 01:00 am