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Many questions have been thrown up by the discovery in South Africa of a previously unidentified human relative, Homo naledi. Perhaps the one that’s grabbed people’s attention the most is how Homo naledi’s bones

Award-winning palaeoanthropologist Lee Berger, who announced the discovery of Homo naledi last year, has been named in Time magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Berger who, works out of the Evolutionary Studies

The history of mankind has changed with the discovery of a new human ancestor, Homo naledi, in the Cradle of Humankind, it was announced on Thursday. “Today I am pleased to introduce you to a new