HOMO NALEDI A NEW SPECIES OF HUMAN, DISCOVERED IN A CAVE IN SOUTH AFRICA GermanIn South African Travel, Car Rental South Africa, Tourist Attraction, Car Hire South Africa by swarm / September 10, 2015
In a cave in South Africa, researchers have discovered the remains of a previously unknown human species. The extinct relatives of modern man they called Homo Naledi. It is not clear yet, how old the bones exactly are.
The remains of the species belong to a tremendous discovery of fossils, the researchers of the South African University of the Witwatersrand made in 2013. Recovered are far more than 1550 pieces – how many are still in the cave, is unclear.
The combination of the anatomical characteristics of Homo Naledi sets it apart from all previously known human species. In the South African caves are still hundreds, if not thousands remains of Homo Naledi.