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1.why are fossils important discoveries?
2. Why are fossils kept in a glass box in the museum?
3.What feature does australopithecus sediba share with humans?
4.What feature does australopithecus sediba share with apes?
5.Explain the scientific interpretation of the fossils found in the Cradle of humankind? (10)

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    2. Glass boxes keep the fossils safe and permit people to look at them from all sides.

    3 and 4. http://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/human-fossils/species/australopithecus-sediba

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    I don't have a solution

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    Gls bxs kep the fossls safe and permit people to look at al sides

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    Why are these fossils important discoveries?

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    why are fossils kept on a glass box in the museum

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    fossils are very trangle and valuable and they need to be carefully presurved.they are protected from any demanding inviromental

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    Why this fossils are important discoveries?

    They have features similar to homo sapiens, and the provide more information about the evolution of humans.

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    Thy ar among the mst valueable sources of information about the earths history

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    Explain the scientific interpretation of the fossils found in the crandle of humankind?

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    Guys i have no solution tog

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    They provide more knowledge about the history of humans

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    thy must be kept safe for the coming generation

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    fossils are important because they show ancestral characteristics that have been lost over time

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    they share a brain

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    Fossils are important because they are the most valuable source of information about our ancestors how they lived on Earth

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    Feature that Australopithecus sediba share with human
    1.no cranial ridge
    2.small canines
    3.less prognathous

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    jaws,brow ridges,the location of foremen magnum and movement

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    fossils are important discoveries because they help us to understand and recreate the ancient past.

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    Explain the scintific interpretation of the fossi found in the cradle of humankind

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