Evolutionists must be partying all over the world. A new species of human ancestor has been discovered in a difficult to reach cave an hour’s drive from Johannesburg, South Africa. It’s not a game-changer until the age has been determined but early estimates range from 2-million to 3-million years.
“He is pretty, he’s worth applause,” said paleoanthropologist Lee Berger. He may have been referring to the skeleton on display but they have, in fact, recovered the bones of 15 men, women and children. They also appear to have had rituals, suggesting human behaviour.
Were called homo sapiens. The new homo has been named naledi (after the Rising Star cave system they were found in and after the Sesotho word for “star”).
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