The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield played clips on the significance of the size of the find, the significance of the new species and a clip from Prof John Hawks, who describes what Naledi would look like walking in the street towards you today.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
They’re clearly adapted to walking large distances; just like humans.— Prof John Hawks
Their thumbs are extremely strong.— Prof John Hawks
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