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Meaning of little foot by felipe lorenzo del rio

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little foot

Small foot, Stw 573. Thus have archaeologists identified the fossil skeleton of a South African australopiteca hominin, our great-great-grandmother, who lived more than 3 and a half million years ago. It was about 130 cm tall and was able to walk upright. Paleoanthropologist Ronald Clarke found her in pieces in the 1990s in a Sterkfontein grotto in South Africa.


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