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3.3 Million Year Old Skeleton Found


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Scientists have discovered a 3.3 million year old skeleton of a female child in Ethiopia. These are the oldest humanoid remains of a child known to date.




That's pretty incredible... it always amazes me when they find these tiny intricate fossiles that have been preserved for so long, and they're able to find out so much about the person whos bones they were. Wearing here or there, they must have climbed trees, or eaten certain types of food... there's really a whole science to it that I'd imagine most people hardly realize.