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.
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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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