This type of Primate walked on two feet, he had developed hands and long arms
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Scientists have recreated the appearance of the oldest human ancestor
Anthropologists have reconstructed the appearance of one of the most ancient ancestors of the human male Yamskogo of Australopithecus, found in Ethiopia in 2016. The study involved scientists from the U.S., Germany and the UK. About it reports the Washington Post.
Adamski Australopithecus resembles more of a chimpanzee than modern Homo sapiens: walking on two legs, he had strong hands and long arms.
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“I have no doubt that the skull will be a powerful model for studying early human evolution,” said David Straight, paleoanthropologist from the University of Washington in St. Louis.
The researchers argue that this species of apes lived between 4.2 to 3.8 million years ago. They possessed a mixture of primitive and human traits.
Earlier “Today” I wrote, looked like 18-year-old girl nine thousand years ago. In addition, scientists have reconstructed the face of a woman from the tribe of Mayan remains, lay on the bottom of underwater caves about 14 thousand years.
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