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Aramis
east Africa, 4.4 mya, chimp like features, A. ramidus
Kanapoi
4.1 mya afarensis, distal end of humerus. More stress in elbow than today
Biped with thick enamel teeth.
Sibliot Hill
~3.9mya radius shaped like chimp radius. S shaped.detract from knuckle walking, afarensis
Belohdelie
3.8 mya, afarensis, first frontal, thick supraorbital
Laetoli
3.5-3.7, footprints, Tanzania, evidence of bipedalism
Lomekwi
3.4-3.5, afarensis, kenyanthropus platyops, femur and thick supraorbital
Maka
3.4 mya, large male humerus, molar increase, femur looks bipedal, strong wear gradient afarensis
Hadar
3.4-3 mya, afarensis material big sample, lots of variation latest afarensis, gorilla size teeth, chimp sized body
Garhi
possibly east africanus, 2.7 mya, first associated with tools
Sterkfontein
3-2.5 large sample size, A. africanus, variation. Towards robust
Taung
africanus, taung child, 2.5 million years ago. Delayed maturation
Swartkrans
2.3 , shows great variabililty and evidence of delayed maturation, cave site, a. africanus.
Drimolen
intact crania, south African, robustus 1.5-2mya
Kromdraai
other p. robustus similar to swartkrans, south African 2.5-2mya
Makapansgateast
S. African cave site, africanus, megadont. 3 mya, big postcrania
Olduvai
boisei, about 2.2 mya, OH 5