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'They sent the photos to geologist Pedro Boshoff, who alerted paleontologist Lee Berger, who went onto become the lead paleontologist on the discovery of Homo naledi.
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The researchers have not ruled out the possibility of the bodies being disposed of in the cave deliberately, or a catastrophic 'death trap' scenario in which the humans entered the cave and all died of an unknown cause.
New member of the family: The finding has provided a challenge for the scientists who have been tasked with the bones' analysis, Dr Stronger added: 'Some of Homo naledi's features, such as its hands, wrist and feet, are very similar to those of modern humans' (reconstruction of new species Homo naledi pictured)Professor Chris Stringer, Research Leader in Human Origins at the Natural History Museum in London, said: 'The deep cave location where the bones were found suggests that they may have been deposited there by other humans, indicating surprisingly complex behaviour for a 'primitive' human species.' The finding has provided a challenge for the international team of scientists who have been tasked with analysing and aging the bones, Dr Stronger added: 'Some of Homo naledi's features, such as its hands, wrist and feet, are very similar to those of modern humans.'It's 7 inches (18cm) wide, with these jagged rocks, sticking into you from all sides.
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