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The species of Lucy was polygynous, new footprints show

New Footprints of early bipedal hominins discovered at Laetoli, Tanzania, indicate marked body size variation among our 3.65 million-years-old ancestors and suggest a new insight into their social behaviour. This discovery is being published on the open-access journal eLife. Giovanni Boschian, professor at the University of Pisa, is one of the author of the study, together with Marco Cherin, University of Perugia, Giorgio Manzi,...

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