New analysis of one of eight Homo naledi skulls recently found, shows structural similarities to Homo sapiens, particularly in the frontal lobe. Less similar to Australopithecines, suggesting possibility for language skills. Shawn Hurst, study co-author along with Lee Berger and John Hawks: “It’s too soon to speculate about language or communication in Homo naledi, but today human language relies upon this brain region."
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