Ancient skull discovery

Researchers have discovered the fossilized skull of an early human relative, which they say is the most complete skull ever of the early Homo genus, in Dmanisi, Georgia. They say it could represent a single evolving Homo erectus lineage that came out of Africa and spread into Europe and Asia -- a conclusion that is controversial.

Researchers have discovered the fossilized skull of an early human relative, which they say is the most complete skull ever of the early Homo genus, in Dmanisi, Georgia. They say it could represent a single evolving Homo erectus lineage that came out of Africa and spread into Europe and Asia -- a conclusion that is controversial.