South Africa’s Sterkfontein Caves produce two new hominin fossils

Two new hominin specimens, a finger bone and a molar, that were found in South Africa’s Sterkfontein Caves seem to be from early hominins that can be associated with early stone tool-bearing sediments that entered the cave more than two million years ago.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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