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African Skull Points to Common Ancestry for All Hominids
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African Skull Points to Common Ancestry for All Hominids

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African Skull Points to Common Ancestry for All Hominids

African Skull Points to Common Ancestry for All Hominids
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The discovery of a bizarre skull three years ago in Chad is leading scientists to believe the skull may have belonged to the common ancestor of all hominids. The findings of the French scientist who discovered the skill appear in the latest issue of Nature.

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