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At approximately 32 million years old these are two of the
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At approximately 32 million years old, these are two of the oldest skulls

May 13, 2010
At approximately 32 million years old, these are two of the oldest skulls ever found that appear to belong to the direct ancestry of humans. The skull on the right is that of a mature male; the other that of an adult female. Both come from an excavation site in the wind-swept badlands of the Fayum Province southwest of Cairo, Egypt.