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More than 3 million years ago, our ancient human ancestors, including their toddler-aged children, were standing on two feet and walking upright, according to a new study.
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Zeray Alemseged met with President Barrack Obama in July 2015 while the President was on a state visit to east Africa, including the first visit to Ethiopia by a sitting US president.
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Meet the Dikika baby, a three-year-old from the dawn of humanity. Her discovery holds clues to the origin of childhood.