Lee Berger: Rewriting human history

Recent discoveries of fossils of ancient human relatives in southern Africa are disrupting our long-held ideas of the origins of humankind. Two of these discoveries, Australopithecus sediba and Homo naledi, represent significant contributions to this shakeup of our family tree. And there’s much more to come, as Berger explains in this interview with New Scientist reporter, Alison George.

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