New depictions of ancient hominids aim to overcome artistic biases

New depictions of ancient hominids aim to overcome artistic biases

New depictions of ancient hominids aim to overcome artistic biases Depictions of extinct human ancestors and cousins are often more art than science. Take, for example, two reconstructions of the Taung child, a 2.8-million-year-old Australopithecus africanus skull discovered in South Africa in 1924. One version, …..