The Broken Hill Skull –Does This 300,000-Year-Old Fossil Upend Human Evolution?

  The Broken Hill skull, discovered in 1921 by miners in Zambia, is one of the best-preserved fossils of the early human species Homo heidelbergensis, who roamed Southern Africa. The fossil is estimated to be about 300,000 years old, according to Australia’s Griffith University scientists, who led an international team to date the skull of … Continue reading The Broken Hill Skull –Does This 300,000-Year-Old Fossil Upend Human Evolution?