Brian, Meet Sediba 

In South Africa, a mother and her child fell into a sinkhole and died. Two million years later, a WSU grad found their bones

In a loud and dusty lab in Johannesburg, South Africa, Washington State University alum Brian Kuhn uses a tool that looks like a miniature jackhammer to pick away at a small block of rock. He’s eagerly anticipating what he will find…

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