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Homo capensis

[ hoh-moh kuh-pen-sis ]
/ ˈhoʊ moʊ kəˈpɛn sɪs /
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noun
See under Boskop man.
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Origin of Homo capensis

First recorded in 2010–15; from New Latin; Homo + capēnsis “pertaining to the Cape of Good Hope”
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