Year in Review: New discoveries reshape debate over human ancestry

Relationships among early hominids disputed

Australopithecus sediba walked awkwardly on two legs and had a small brain, fossils discovered in 2013 revealed.

Courtesy of L. Berger/Univ. of the Witwatersrand

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