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This fossil has similarities to early African Homo erectus, sometimes known as Homo ergaster. Yet it shows other similarities to Homo habilis, also known to occur from eastern to southern Africa.
Site:Swartkrans, Republic of South Africa
Date of discovery:1969
Discovered by:Ronald Clarke
Age:Between 1.8 and 1.5 million years old
This fossil has similarities to early African <italic>Homo erectus,</italic> sometimes known as <italic>Homo ergaster.</italic> Yet it shows other similarities to <italic>Homo habilis,</italic> also known to occur from eastern to southern Africa.