"Human Ancestor" From Malapa Cave Had Mix Of Ape-Human Traits

16/04/2013 05:22

15 April, 2013
MessageToEagle.com - In August of 2008, a nine-year old boy stumbled over a rock near Malapa cave - one of the best dated early human sites in the world - located in Gauteng Province, South Africa. He found the first of hundreds of fossils of a new species of early hominin: Australopithecus sediba. What were they? How long ago did they live? What did they eat? How did they move? Where do they fit on the family tree today? [Read more] ...