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A remarkably complete fossil skull discovered in Kenya reveals what the common ancestor of all living apes and humans may have looked like, according to a new study involving UCL research.
The find, announced today in Nature, belongs to an infant that lived about 13 million years ago. It’s a significant discovery that will help researchers uncover whether the common ancestor of living apes and humans originated in Africa and what these early ancestors looked like.
The study involved a large international team including Professor Fred Spoor at UCL and was led by Professor Isaiah Nengo of the Turkana Basin Institute, Stony Brook University and De Anza College, USA.
Published: Aug 16, 2017 5:00:25 PM
Congratulations to this year's promotions and re-banded Professors for their huge contributions to the Department and UCL.
Published: Aug 16, 2017 2:48:46 PM