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1.8-million-year-old skull shakes mankind’s family tree

The discovery of the world's first completely preserved skull from the early Pleistocene is yielding a remarkable insight: Man’s early ancestors probably appeared as physically diverse as humans do today -- and our family tree may have fewer branches than scientists once thought.

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