Hominid Skeleton Find

The 'Lucy' fossil skeleton is one of the best-known finds in anthropology. Now, researchers have found a skeleton of the oldest known upright-walking animal, thought to be even older than Lucy's 3.2 million years. Join Ira and his guests in this hour of Science Friday for a look at the new hominid skeleton find.


Bruce Latimer, executive director, Cleveland Museum of Natural History



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