In an event that has been described as "the most important find in living memory," a team of researchers has discovered a skull of a humanoid in Africa that is somewhere between six and seven million years old. This is the first skeletal remains of a human-like creature to be found in a gap between ancestral apes (9 million years ago) and australopithecines (4 million years ago), one of our direct ancestors. The discovery of the skull will have the impact of "a small nuclear bomb" according to other scientists in the field of palaeoanthropology.
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