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April 7th, 2020

Broken Hill cranium re-examined

April 07, 2020

In 1921, a well preserved cranium was found at a mining site called Broken HillĀ  in what is now Zambia, then southern Rhodesia. The cranium was estimated to be half a million years old and was given a new species name, Homo rhodesiensis.

April 2nd, 2020

Three separate species, together in time

April 02, 2020

The side of Drimolem in South Africa has yielded a remarkable array of fossils, it was reported in the journal Science on April 3. The fossil crania found represent two genera, Paranthropus robustus (designated DNH 152) and Homo erectus (DNH 134); they have been dated to a tightly constrained 2.04 to 1.95 million years ago.