Tennyson once asked: "…what will our children be? / The men of a hundred thousand, a million summers away?" Damned if we know—but here's our best guess. http://futurism.com/images/human-evolution-a-timeline-of-the-near-and-far-future-infographic/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Futurism&utm_content=Human%20Evolution%3A%20A%20Timeline%20of%20the%20Near%20and%20Far%20Future%20%5BINFOGRAPHIC%5D
Two new fossils just rewrote the timeline of human evolution — here's what it looks like now
It's hard evidence that the type of spinal segmentation and numbering found in modern humans emerged 3.3 million years ago, the scientists say. The remarkable fossil was discovered in Ethiopia. She is from an early human relative species called Australopithecus afarensis.