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 OH 24, is an adult skull dated at 1.8 million years and was discovered in October 1968 by Peter Nzube in Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.
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