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9,000 year-old skeleton tells the story of North America's early humans

Discovered 18-years ago in Washington state, the 9000-year-old skeleton known as "Kennewick Man" is giving anthropologists insight into early human life in North America. While researchers have determined his diet, his size, and uncovered various injuries he sustained, there is still much more to learn about him. Chip Reid reports.
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