Are you calling that indistinguishable from modern humans?<quoted text>
What you are talking about is Ardi , Ardi changed what we thought in the classical hypothesis by Darwin that man evolved big brains from making tools and that big brains came before a upright stance and bipedalism. It turned out to be wrong Ardi had a small brain , made tools and was fully bipedal, had more modern and sophisticated bone structure in her hands. So basically the idea became that modern apes are an offshoot of a more human like creature, and not that we evolved from a more ape like creature. But this creature Ardi was a far cry from modern humans.
The interesting thing now is this is being pushed back further with a somewhat human like creature that is 12 million years old , with a flat face and not projecting like later hominids.
So the lesson here is we still haven't figured it all out yet.
This creature was found in Spain, so Humans may not have come from Africa first.
But Ardi is not very much like modern humans , and couldn't pass for one at any time. It just had more human characteristics than was thought to be possible that early.