Evidently, there are more bones of Australopithecus sediba sitting in a big rock at Lee Berger's lab in the University of Witwatersrand. In an interesting twist, National Geographic is helping them set up a lab where the preparation of the new fossils will be streamed live on the internet. It's kind of a neat gesture of open access. Read all about it in the press release:
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