The older it is, the more like an ape the fossil would be (p. Later we shall see that evolutionary ages caused great problems for Berger in where exactly he could place H.
naledi on the evolutionary time line in relation to other hominin species.
“Lucy”), and also one of Berger’s greatest heroes in modern paleoanthropology was giving a lecture in Savannah at the Georgia Science Teachers Association.
At 24 years of age, Johanson invited Berger to become his geology assistant at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania.
He also mentions that neither he nor his primary geologist (P. Berger also tries to justify his interpretation that living H.
naledi deliberately disposed of the now randomly oriented, disarticulated bones in the Dinaledi Chamber.
In addition, what is of central importance to the discovery of H.