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Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis) - was named after listening to "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" by the Beatles when she was discovered by Donald Johanson and Tom Gray.

Lucy, an Australopithecus afarensis skeleton discovered 24 November 1974 in the Awash Valley of Ethiopia's Afar Depression

skeleton of Lucy (Australopithecus). It's 3.2 millions years old, found by Donald Johansen at Hadar in Ethopia

skeleton of Lucy (Australopithecus). It's millions years old, found by Donald Johansen at Hadar in Ethopia. It got the name Lucy because the Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" was playing on their radio when they found it.

Reconstrucción de Australopithecus Afarensis (Lucy)- Reconstrucción artística de Lucy -Australopithecus afarensis- en el Museo de la Evolución de Burgos

Reconstrucción de Australopithecus Afarensis (Lucy)- Reconstrucción artística de Lucy -Australopithecus afarensis- en el Museo de la Evolución de Burgos

Lucy (Australopithecus) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lucy skeleton reconstruction. Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

Lucy (Australopithecus) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

I love Lucy, Australopithecus afarensis - Anthropology nerd t-shirt - Funny gift for her

surviving-science: “ This shirt is perfect for the anthropology or evolutionary biology nerd! The classic ‘I love lucy’ icon from the tv show with Lucy, Australopithecus afarensis.

Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", reconstructed skeleton

Australopithecus afarensis, "Lucy", reconstructed skeleton - One of the oldest found skeletons from the past lineage of todays humans.

November 24, 1974 – Donald Johanson and Tom Gray discover the 40% complete Australopithecus afarensis skeleton, nicknamed "Lucy" (after The Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"), in the Awash Valley of Ethiopia's Afar Depression.

November 1974 – Donald Johanson and Tom Gray discover the complete Australopithecus afarensis skeleton, nicknamed "Lucy" (after The Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"), in the Awash Valley of Ethiopia's Afar Depression.

Reconstruction of the 3.2 Million year-old fossil skeleton of "Lucy" the Australopithecus afarensis discovered in Ethiopia

Reconstruction of the fossil skeleton of "Lucy" the Australopithecus. Build your own puzzle! With missing hands and feet and a broken femur and arm bones it can be human or ape! Fun for the whole evolutionary family! Just add your own assumptions!

"Lucy's Baby" a Born Climber, Hinting Human Ancestors Lingered in Trees  Australopithecus afarensis' shoulders pointed upward, new fossil study suggests.

“Lucy’s Baby” a Born Climber, Hinting Human Ancestors Lingered in Trees - Australopithecus afarensis’ shoulders pointed upward, new fossil study suggests. (images: T - Dave Einsel/Getty; B - Zeray Alemseged / Dikika Research Project)

Lucy est un australopithèque de l’espèce Australopithecus afarensis dont le squelette a été découvert en 1974 à Hadar, dans les dépressions de l’Afar en Éthiopie, au bord de la rivière Awash. Son...

Lucy

Lucy est un australopithèque de l’espèce Australopithecus afarensis dont le squelette a été découvert en 1974 à Hadar, dans les dépressions de l’Afar en Éthiopie, au bord de la rivière Awash. Son...