Plugging the "gaps" in the fossil record

By Razib Khan | July 13, 2007 3:17 pm

Ethiopia unveils new find of ancient fossils:

Ethiopian scientists said on Tuesday they have discovered hominid fossil fragments dating from between 3.5 million and 3.8 million years ago in what could fill a crucial gap in the understanding of human evolution.

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  • pough

    That’s very cool, but why is that article in the “Oddly Enough” section?

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