Early Fossil Discovered

NPR's Richard Harris reports on a discovery that could shed some light on early human evolution. Scientists have found two-and-a-half million year old fragments of a skull, and leg and arm bones in Ethiopia. They also found stone tools and the remains of large animals that had been butchered for meat.

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