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    "Lucy's Baby" -- World's Oldest Child -- Found by Fossil Hunters
    A 3.3-million-year-old fossil toddler—the world's oldest known child—has been discovered almost completely intact in Ethiopia. Experts say the find will provide fascinating new clues about our early ancestors.

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