SKULL OF FEMALE JOINS 'LINK' RELICS; ' Sterkfontein Girl,' Killed by Tiger in Transvaal 250,000 Years Ago, Had Human Teeth

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SKULL OF FEMALE JOINS 'LINK' RELICS; ' Sterkfontein Girl,' Killed by Tiger in Transvaal 250,000 Years Ago, Had Human Teeth

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The skull of an ancient creature about 250,000 years old, which had the brain capacity of an ape and the teeth closely resembling those of a human being was presented today before the closing sessions of the International Symposium on Ancient Man, at the

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'SKULL OF FEMALE JOINS 'LINK' RELICS; ' Sterkfontein Girl,' Killed by Tiger in Transvaal 250,000 Years Ago, Had Human Teeth', New York Times

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“SKULL OF FEMALE JOINS 'LINK' RELICS; ' Sterkfontein Girl,' Killed by Tiger in Transvaal 250,000 Years Ago, Had Human Teeth,” Past Periodicals, accessed December 3, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/20826.