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These human skulls, Omo I and Omo II, (Credit: PHOTO BY MICHAEL DAY)

These human skulls, Omo I and Omo II, were found in southern Ethiopia and were dated toabout 195,000 years ago.

Photos: Excavation

These human skulls, Omo I and Omo II,
(Credit: PHOTO BY MICHAEL DAY)

These human skulls, Omo I and Omo II, were found in southern Ethiopia and were dated toabout 195,000 years ago.

Stony Brook students Adam Jagich, second from left,
(Credit: PHOTO COURTESY OF JOHN SHEA/STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY)

Stony Brook students Adam Jagich, second from left, and Larry Bender, far right, with Tamra, far left, and TantanaChakoro of the Shiangoro Mursi excavate the site of the Omo 1fossil.

Stony Brook professor John Shea and student Adam
(Credit: PHOTO COURTESY OF JOHN SHEA/STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY)

Stony Brook professor John Shea and student Adam Jagich examine an excavation in Kibish Ethiopiaraphy

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A refitting of two bone fragments at the
(Credit: PHOTO COURTESY OF JOHN FLEAGLE/STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY)

A refitting of two bone fragments at the Omo I site, one found in 1967 and the other in 2001