paleoanthropology

River to River
12:07 pm
Tue August 14, 2012

The Hominid Species from Two Million Years Ago

Australopithecus sediba juvenile male skull - Smithsonian Museum of Natural History
Tim (dctim1) / flickr

We listen back to Ben’s conversation with Lee Berger, American Paleoanthropologist who in 2010 discovered the bones of a new hominid species that lived almost two million years ago.  Later, researchers from UI and ISU discuss the historic find.