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Reconstruction of a female Australopithecus sediba hominid. A. sediba lived in Southern Africa around 1.9 million years ago. The species shares many features with early Homo species, more than any other Australopithecus species, leading to speculation that it could be a transitional species between the two. MANDATORY CREDIT.
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