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Uill Frasiel

The claims for this "new" find are widely disputed. (see:Nature)

It is highly unlikely it was
ever ancestral to Homo, as it would have been contemporary
with Homo erectus.

H.erectus for example would
have been in the far-east, Java at the time... this Australopithecus was falling
down a hole in S.Africa.

And it may not even be a new species of Australopithecus.

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