Ancient Homo fossils found in Kenya

Finds add to skeletal diversity of early members of human genus

Fossil teeth from East Africa

ANCIENT MOUTHFUL  Researchers who discovered and analyzed a nearly complete set of 2-million-year-old fossil teeth from a lower jaw suspect that the East African find comes from an early member of the human genus, Homo habilis.

Courtesy of Deming Yang and Fred Grine

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