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September 19, 2011
A detail show the hand of Martin Pickford, a palaeontologist at the College de France, as he holds the...
Paris, France
The hand of Pickford, a palaeontologist at the College de France, holds the fossil remains of a skull...
A detail show the hand of Martin Pickford, a palaeontologist at the College de France, as he holds the fossil remains of the jaw from a skull of a tree-climbing ape from about 20 million years ago in Uganda's Karamoja region, at a news conference in Paris September 19, 2011. Scientists discovered the remains on July 18 while looking for fossils in the remnants of an extinct volcano in Karamoja, a semi-arid region in Uganda's northeastern corner. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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