GEORGIA-SCIENCE-US-ANTHROPOLOGY-PALEONTOLOGY-SKULL : News Photo

GEORGIA-SCIENCE-US-ANTHROPOLOGY-PALEONTOLOGY-SKULL

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A picture taken in Georgia's capital in Tbilisi on October 18, 2013, shows David Lordkipanidze, director of the Georgian National Museum, holding a well-preserved skull from 1.8 million years ago found found in the remains of a medieval hilltop city in Dmanisi. A stunningly well-preserved skull from 1.8 million years ago offers new evidence that early man was a single species with a vast array of different looks, researchers said yesterday. AFP PHOTO /VANO SHLAMOV (Photo credit should read VANO SHLAMOV/AFP/Getty Images)
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A picture taken in Georgia's capital in Tbilisi on October 18, 2013, shows David Lordkipanidze, director of the Georgian National Museum, holding a well-preserved skull from 1.8 million years ago found found in the remains of a medieval hilltop city in Dmanisi. A stunningly well-preserved skull from 1.8 million years ago offers new evidence that early man was a single species with a vast array of different looks, researchers said yesterday. AFP PHOTO /VANO SHLAMOV (Photo credit should read VANO SHLAMOV/AFP/Getty Images)
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