Australopithecus africanus: The Man-Ape of South Africa

@article{DartAustralopithecusAT,
  title={Australopithecus africanus: The Man-Ape of South Africa},
  author={R. Dart},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={115},
  pages={195-199}
}
TOWARDS the close of 1924, Miss Josephine -*- Salmons, student demonstrator of anatomy in the University of the Witwatersrand, brought to me the fossilised skull of a cercopithecid monkey which, through her instrumentality, was very generously loaned to the Department for description by its owner, Mr. E. G. Izod, of the Rand Mines Limited. I learned that this valuable fossil had been blasted out of the limestone cliff formation-at a vertical depth of 50 feet and a horizontal depth of 200 feet… Expand