DescriptionAustralopithecus robustus, also known as Paranthropus was found on June 30, 1950 in caves Kromdraai gap and Swartkrans, South Africa. It belongs to an ancient Pleistocene 1.7 million years. A. robustus is distinguished by a massive masticatory apparatus, with greatly expanded premolars and molars.
This replica of the specimen SK 48 belongs to a female.
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