Tom Maugh

Science and Medical Writer, Los Angeles Times

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Science and medical writer at the Los Angeles Times

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A 4.4 million year-old skeleton  has been uncovered  in the Ethiopian desert, which is adding some new insight into how our evolutionary ancestors looked and behaved.

Skeleton of 4.4 Million-Year-Old Human Ancestor Discovered

A 4.4 million year-old skeleton has been uncovered in the Ethiopian desert, which is adding some new insight into how our evolutionary ancestors looked and behaved.

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According to Homer, it took the Odysseus ten years to get home to Greece after the Trojan War some 3000 years ago.

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According to Homer, it took the Odysseus ten years to get home to Greece after the Trojan War some 3000 years ago.

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