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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 2231
Professor
B.Galdiks
Semester
Summer

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Hipbone • Chimpanzee • Australopithecine’s hip bone sticks out  Potential for three climbing • E.g., Taung child, Mrs. Ples • Modern human’s pelvis don’t move as much Taung Child Mrs. Ples • Zygomatic arch pushed forward • Large nasal aperature • Largest Africanus • Adult male Australopithecus Sediba • ~ 1.95-1.8 mya • South African species (Malapa) • Found in 2010 • Two fossils  Neither one is complete  Mom and son?! • Skull is almost complete • Well preserved • Long arms relative
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