National Geographic uses a pretty neat animation to show just what parts of its anatomy are human-like, and which are primitive.
“Weird as hell,” paleoanthropologist Fred Grine of the State University of New York at Stony Brook later said. “Tiny little brains stuck on these bodies that weren’t tiny.”
Scientists also believe that Homo naledi did something else that humans do: buried their dead.
Thousands of bones were found together, appearing to have been left in the cave deliberately, The New Scientist reported.
BREAKING NEWS: Scientists say they have discovered an ancient species of human relative in South Africa, which could transform the understanding of human evolution. http://cnn.it/1KbONEHPosted by CNN on Thursday, September 10, 2015