Interactive 3D African fossils

Reading the fascinating article about the serendipitous discovery of what are so far the oldest human tools ever found. They’re 3.3 million years old, pushing back the date of tool-making by 700,000 years.
http://sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/happenings/facultystaff/stony-brook-scientists-discover-oldest-stone-tools-on-record/?=marquee1

On that page there is a link to another page that offers 3D scans of over 120 African fossils that you can rotate and examine in three dimensions.
This is a screen cap of that page:
Screen Shot 2015-05-21 at 7.23.53 AM
And of one of the fossils:

Screen Shot 2015-05-21 at 7.41.04 AM

Now go play:
http://africanfossils.org/search

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