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homo naledi

Homo naledi, discovered in a cave near Johannesburg, is a human ancestor unlike any species previously known. The find is arguably one of the most important discoveries in human origins research in half a century. It’s also the most perplexing.

http://m.ewn.co.za/2015/09/10/New-species-Homo-naledi-revealed-as-historic-discovery-made-in-SA

New species of extinct human found in cave may rewrite history Thousands of bones of Homo naledi recovered in South Africa's chamber of secrets show unique features – and may be the relics of an ancient burial site h

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Greatest Extinction of All Time. Vast deserts covered western Pangea during the Permian as reptiles spread across the face of the supercontinent. of all life perished during the extinction event that marked the end of the Paleozoic Era.

Comparison of Homo naledi skulls to skulls of other hominin species. Image credit: Hawks et al, doi: 10.7554/eLife.24232.

Comparison of Homo naledi skulls to skulls of other hominin species. Image credit: Hawks et al, doi:

HOMO RUDOLFENSIS :es una especie de hominino fósil, que habitó en el este de África entre hace 2 y 1,7 millones de años,4 en el Gelasiense (Pleistoceno inferior).el Homo rudolfensis tiene, respecto al Homo habilis, una cara más plana, unos dientes post-caninos más amplios y con raíces y coronas más complejas y esmalte más grueso.

Karen Carr - Homo rudolfensis lived about million years ago becoming extinct about million years ago

National Geographic September 1963

National Geographic September 1963

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National Geographic Magazine November 1983 Da Vinci Last Supper

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The discovery of Homo naledi has thrown the evolutionary biology world for a loop

How 'Human' Is This Newly Discovered Species?

And look how good the teeth are! - A cave in South Africa yielded the discovery of a previously unidentified member of the early human lineage — Homo naledi, a hominin species who seem to have buried their dead.

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Alia Gurtov - one of the six female anthropologists chosen to make the difficult descent into the cavern where the bones of Homo naledi were found in South Africa. University of Wisconsin Alumni magazine http://onwisconsin.uwalumni.com/features/chamberof-discovery/

UW-Madison grad student Alia Gurtov helped find the new Hominid species "Homo naledi" She's living the dream.

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