Because I am interested in the growth and development of early hominids, I play with my kids, you know, looking at their teeth or measuring their heads, which they like also, because it's kind of fun.
|Born||June 4, 1969|
Zeresenay (Zeray) Alemseged is an Ethiopian paleoanthropologist and Chair of the Anthropology Department at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, USA. He is best known for his discovery, on December 10, 2000, of Selam, also referred to as "Lucy's child", the almost-complete fossilized remains of a 3.3 million year old child of the species Australopithecus afarensis. The "world's oldest child", she is the most complete skeleton of a human ancestor discovered to date.