Skull challenges understanding of evolution

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Jeremy DeSilva, College of Arts & Sciences

The broad face, large teeth, and snout-like mouth of an exquisitely preserved 1.8-million-year-old skull, discovered near a medieval town at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, challenges our fundamental understanding of modern human origins, according to a detailed analysis of the fossil unveiled Thursday by an international team of scientists…

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