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This likely adds weight to the hypothesis that Homo naledi was using dark, remote places to cache its dead. What are the odds of a second, almost identical occurrence happening by chance? What is so provocative about Homo naledi is that these are creatures with brains one third the size of ours. This is clearly not a human, yet it seems to share a very deep aspect of behavior that we recognize, an enduring care for other individuals that continues after their deaths. It awes me that we may be seeing the deepest roots of human cultural practices.feedback
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May 10 2017 Neanderthals
This page is completely dedicated to what John Hawks has to say. All of John Hawks’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to John Hawks came from an article called Early Human Homo Naledi May Have Made Tools, Buried Dead: “This likely adds weight to the hypothesis that Homo naledi was using dark, remote places to cache its dead. What are the odds of a second, almost identical occurrence happening by chance? What is so provocative about Homo naledi is that these are creatures with brains one third the size of ours. This is clearly not a human, yet it seems to share a very deep aspect of behavior that we recognize, an enduring care for other individuals that continues after their deaths. It awes me that we may be seeing the deepest roots of human cultural practices.”.
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