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Study of partial left femur suggests Sahelanthropus tchadensis was not a hominin and thus was not the earliest known human ancestor
A small team of researchers from France, Italy and the U.S., has found evidence that suggests Sahelanthropus tchadensis was not a hominin, and thus was not the earliest known human ancestor. In their paper published in Journal of Human Evolution, the group describes their study of the fossilized leg bone and what it showed them.