Charles Darwin knew humans evolved, but it's possible even he couldn't have imagined finding a transitional form like the recently discovered Ardipithecus ramidus fossil (Ardi), which was discovered by Cleveland-area scientists.
The Institute for the Science of Origins (ISO) at Case Western Reserve invites the public to meet the scientists at a free lecture beginning at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Museum of Natural History Paleoanthropologists Yohannes Haile-Selassie, Bruce Latimer, Scott W. Simpson and Linda Spurlock--all ISO researchers--analyzed this exciting new fossil hominid, which is considered by many to be the most important find since Lucy.
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