- Johannesburg, South Africa -20211103-
Researchers Announce Discovery of Ancient Skull and Teeth in South Africa
An international team of researchers, led by Professor Lee Berger from Wits University, has today (4 Nov) revealed the first partial skull of a Homo naledi child that was found in the remote depths of the Rising Star Cave in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site near Johannesburg, South Africa. 
Describing the skull and its context in two separate papers in the Open Access journal, PaleoAnthropology, the team of 21 researchers from Wits University and thirteen other universities announced the discovery of parts of the skull and teeth of the child that died almost 250,000 years ago when it was approximately four to six years old. 


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