Making Sure Descendants Know All About Their African Ancestors

"African scientists need to be part of ancestral research and African descendant communities need to be able to access the information discovered," Alan G Morris of the University of Cape Town has written for The Conversation.

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From left, the skulls of the "Taung child," "Mrs Ples", both found in South Africa, and that of a modern human.

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The cranium of Malapa hominid 1 (MH1) from South Africa, named "Karabo" (file photo).

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