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Lucy's Legacy

Lucy's Legacy This feature by the Houston Museum of Natural Science provides an exciting look at evolution in light of the findings of "Lucy," a 3.2 million year-old fossilized Hominid whose remains were discovered in 1974. Scroll the viewer from side to side to observe this progression or click
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Lucy's Legacy


This feature by the Houston Museum of Natural Science provides an exciting look at evolution in light of the findings of "Lucy," a 3.2 million year-old fossilized Hominid whose remains were discovered in 1974. Scroll the viewer from side to side to observe this progression or click on the links on the top of the page to learn more about discovering and dating fossils. This is a great hands on site.

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