Tuesday, 15 November 2016

(107) Homo naledi: The sum of its parts

Basic Dimension

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The Sum of Its Parts

A composite skeleton reveals H. naledi’s overall body plan. Its shoulders, hips, and torso 
hark back to earlier ancestors, while its lower body shows more humanlike adaptations.
The skull and teeth show a mix of traits.

Some preliminary information:The pit of the 15 individuals was 20-30 cm deep.
https://lens.elifesciences.org/09561/index.html#toc
The main passage forming the Dinaledi Chamber is ∼25–50 cm 
wide at its narrowest and ∼10 m long, and expands in width near
the intersections with cross-cutting passages (Figure 2C).













(Just remember, this is an animation, since it is a composite skeleton. Anyway, very impressive
 and this all cannot be brought by water so completely into Dinaledi chamber.)







The main passage forming the Dinaledi Chamber is ∼25–50 cm wide at its narrowest 
and ∼10 m long, and expands in width near the intersections with cross-cutting 
passages (Figure 2C).











                                                                           



                            




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