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'Masol Complicates The Out-Of-Africa Theory'

Dr Anne Dambricourt-Malassé, a palaeoanthropologist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research, on the significance of the Masol fossil findings

'Masol Complicates The Out-Of-Africa Theory'
'Masol Complicates The Out-Of-Africa Theory'
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2016-03-18T20:49:36+05:30

Dr Anne Dambricourt-Malassé is a palaeoanthropologist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research. She was the lead author for the paper on the Masol fossil findings. Siddhartha Mishra spoke to her about the significance of the excavations. Excerpts:

What do the Masol findings reveal?

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