DescriptionHomo habilis is the first representative of the genus Homo. The H. habilis was not much different from Australopithecus africanus, had a cranial capacity of 600 cubic centimeters and was slightly smaller than Australopithecus. Habilis name comes from the ability of these for making tools.
This reply, the KNM ER 1813, is a possibly adult female skull dating from 1.9 million years and was discovered in 1973 by Kamoya Kimeu at Koobi Fora, Kenya.
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