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Archaeologists will stream live footage online as they recover significant parts of an early human skeleton that's nearly two million years old, the first time the public can participate in the discovery process from their homes, a South African scientist said.
Paleontologist Lee Berger told The Associated Press it was valuable to bring the research to the public.