2.8 million-year-old specimen is 400,000 years older than previous ones.
An ancient jawbone fragment is the oldest human fossil discovered yet, a bone potentially from a new species that reveals the human family may have arose a half million years earlier than previously thought, researchers say.
And Michael Cremo is still wrong, right?
NatGeo’s take here.
See also: The search for our earliest ancestors: signals in the noise
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