Where and when was Lucy discovered?
Lucy was found by Donald Johanson and Tom Gray on November 24, 1974, at the internet site of Hadar in Ethiopia. That were there taken a Land Rover out that day to place an additional locality. After a long, horny morning hours of mapping and surveying for fossils, they proceeded to head back on the car or truck. Johanson suggested using an alternative course to the land-rover, through a close-by gully. Within instant, the guy identified the right proximal ulna (forearm bone tissue) and swiftly determined it as a hominid. Fleetingly thereafter, they watched an occipital (skull) area, after that a femur, some ribs, a pelvis, while the reduce jaw. A couple weeks after, after hours upon hours of digging, assessment, and sorting, several hundred pieces of area was recuperated, standing for 40 percent of one hominid frame.