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Human treasures

he study of fossil remains of our human ancestors has made spectacular advances in the past two decades, aided by new micro-scanning and genetic techniques. As a result, our evolutionary tree has sprouted several new branches and grown more twisted – and with newly found human cousins popping up in unexpected places, these discoveries are now challenging.

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