This week in science news: Lucy’s legs and ancient rock art

This week in Science News, the discovery of human jawbone fragments in the „cave of the apes” pushed our understanding of human evolution even further back. Discovered deep inside a cave in Laos, viz A wise man Arrived in Southeast Asia 86,000 years ago. We also learned that the 3.2-million-year-old human ancestor „Lucy” had massive leg muscles to stand upright and climb trees. The finding bolsters a growing consensus among researchers Australopithecus afarensis – An extinct species that Lucy belongs to – He walked upright rather than hunched like a chimpanzee.

In the most recent human history – about 3,000 years ago – we found a large tomb. Bronze Age burials near Stonehenge and an „octagonal” sword Well protected it shines. We may have finally made out what is depicted in some of them Mysterious rock art painted by indigenous people.

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