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Australopithecus garhi

[ aw-strey-loh-pith-i-kuhs gahr-hee, -puh-thee-kuhs, aw-struh-loh- ]
/ ɔˌstreɪ loʊˈpɪθ ɪ kəs ˈgɑr hi, -pəˈθi kəs, ˌɔ strə loʊ- /
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noun
an extinct species of early hominin whose fossil remains were discovered in Ethiopia in 1990, along with some of the oldest known stone tools, dated at about 2.5 million years of age: there are few skeletal findings, but a femur longer than that of other Australopithecus specimens suggests a transition to longer bipedal strides.
a fossil belonging to this species.
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Origin of Australopithecus garhi

Australopithecus + Afar garhi “surprise”; coined in 1997 by Ethiopian paleoanthropologist Yohannes Haile-Selassie Ambaye (born 1961)
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