Introducing Little Foot



Publisher:
University of the Witwatersrand
Publication Date:
6 December 2017
Tags:
South Africa, Science and Biotechnology

For the past 20 years, Professor Ron Clarke from the Evolutionary Studies Institute at Wits University has worked painstakingly to chisel Litte foot, the world's most complete skeleton of an Australopithecus fossil out of the rocks at the Sterkfontein caves. Today, he introduces it to the world.


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