Big Picture: 'Broken Hill' skull goes on display

Neanderthal (l) and Homo heidelbergensis skulls

The "Broken Hill" skull (right) - believed to be from Homo heidelbergensis, an early relative of modern humans - is among the most pristinely preserved examples of its kind. Shown here next to a Neanderthal skull, the Broken Hill skull goes on display at London's Natural History Museum on 1 March.

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