'Ardi,' Oldest Human Ancestor, Unveiled

The world's oldest and most complete skeleton of a potential human ancestor -- named "Ardi," short for Ardipithecus ramidus -- has been unveiled by an international team of 47 researchers.
Their unprecedented, 17-year investigation of Ardi is detailed in a special issue of the journal Science.

Full article by Jennifer Viegas on Discovery News



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