'game-changer' In Evolution From S. African Bones

'Game-changer' in evolution from S. African bones

WASHINGTON (AP) -- An analysis of 2 million-year-old bones found in South Africa offers the most powerful case so far in identifying the transitional figure that came before modern humans - findings some are calling a potential game-changer in understanding evolution....

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