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Reconstructing Lucy’s Muscles Sheds Light on Human Evolution

Reconstructing Lucy's Muscles Sheds Light on Human Evolution

In Ethiopia, the residue of early human antecedents was discovered in 1974, which provided a glimpse of those species that were present in this universe long before humans took charge of this earth. The remains of the female 40% Australopithecus afarensis skeleton were discovered, which was named Lucy.

Scientists and researchers are working hard to find the movement of these ancient creatures of this universe, which was present in this universe almost 3.2 million years ago. The general royal society of open science published these searches and findings a few times ago.

Research findings

The research revealed that the face is like a monkey in resemblance and the height of this lucy was not more than 3.3 feet, equal to 1 meter, and the brain that this creature possessed was not more than one-third of the human of the present age.

These studies provide valuable insight into this lucky species’ ancestor. A professor, researcher, and associate at the University of Cambridge, Ashleigh L.A.Wiseman, has made a thorough study to recognize the world movement of these species’ ancestors by rejoining their muscles.

By this reconstructing phase of the muscles of these ancestors, researchers have come to a certain conclusion related to their movements and the evolutionary process of Bipedalism. This study is also important due to the soft tissue in muscles, which accelerates physical capabilities and manners in the previous human ancestors.

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