Lucy is, quite possibly, the most well-known fossil hominid. Discovered by Donald Johanson and Tom Gray in 1974 at Hadar, Ethiopia, Lucy is dated at 3. 2 million years old. This specimen, a 40% complete skeleton of an adult female, gave sufficient evidence that A. afarensis was a bipedal species that walked upright. Lucy, scientifically known as AL 288-1, was named after the Beatles song Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. ""
|catalog type||Catalog Product|
|scientific class||Fossil Hominids|
|scientific order||Order: Testudines|
|scientific family||Family: Cheloniidae|