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Fossilized gazelle jaw bone

Jaw bone of a gazelle from Jebel Irhoud, Morocco. The site contains the oldest-known skeletons of modern humans. UC Davis anthropologist Teresa Steele studied animal bones from the site, showing that our ancestors ate lots of gazelle and other game. (Photo by Teresa Steele, UC Davis)
Fossilized gazelle jaw bone
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