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Out of Ethiopia

Nature volume 423, pages 692695 (12 June 2003) | Download Citation

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Newly discovered fossils from Ethiopia provide fresh evidence for the 'out of Africa' model for the origin of modern humans, and raise new questions about the precise pattern of human evolution.

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