Kenyan Fossils May Add New Branch to Human Family Tree

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 8, 2007   View Article

A pair of fossils recently discovered in Kenya is challenging the straight-line story of human evolution.

Traditional evolutionary theories of the genus Homo suggest a successive progression: Homo habilis gave rise to Homo erectus, which then begat modern humans, Homo sapiens.

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