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Australopithecus Sediba on show at the South African Museum, Cape Town 24.04.2010. Australopithecus Sediba , a 2 million year old partially complete skeleton was found in a cave in Malapa, South Africa.( about 40km from Johannesburg). Two skeletons believed to be an adult female and young boy were found alongside other animals in the cave. They probably fell into the cave and died about 2 million years ago. They are the most human-like australopethicine yet discovered, providing valuable clues to the evolutionary changes that led to the genus Homo and may be the ‘transitional species’or missing link. They were taken to Cape Town for a short period for the public to view at the South African museum in 2010, but are housed in Johannesburg.

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