Homo Naledi Photos: South African Anthropologists Discovers New Human Species Near Johannesburg

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Sep 10, 2015 – Homo Naledi Pictures: South African Anthropologists Discovers New Human Species Near Johannesburg

South African anthropologists have announced a “groundbreaking fossil discovery of international importance” at the so-called Cradle of Humankind near Johannesburg.

They disclosed that the species, which has been named Naledi, meaning “star” in the local Sesotho language, is classified in the Homo sapiens category to which modern humans belong.

They said the creatures had a small brain, pelvis and shoulders, the shape of the skull, teeth, legs and feet separated them from earlier apes.

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It is believed the species lived in and around the caves about three million years ago and were approximately 1.5 metres tall and weighed about 45 kilograms.

6 thoughts on “Homo Naledi Photos: South African Anthropologists Discovers New Human Species Near Johannesburg

  1. Ma moussa for thinking lik an infant if to say God forbid sha na me mistakly born u I for jus use u go exchange one litre of bunkery fuel somebody dy bring out new insight about de origin of man u dy huse dy drink Gari dy criticed am.

  2. These scientists self, from that skull how do they know the man looks like the picture above.stop distorting God’s imageries

  3. @JIHAD. earth is approximately 4.5 billion years with an estimated error range of 50 million years. Discovery of earth being never ends. Take it or leave it.

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