In October 2000, bones were found in Kenya in a volcanic layer dating back
around six million years. Given the name "Orrorin," which means "original
man" in the local dialect, the bones are the oldest hominid remains ever
discovered, and scientists believe studies of these bones will rewrite the
story of human evolution.
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