On April 26 2000, the most complete female Australopithecus robustus skull (nicknamed Eurydice) along with a complete male jaw (nicknamed Orpheus) made world headlines.
The site has already unearthed 79 hominid fossils, a wealth of faunal remains and some remarkably well-preserved juvenile hominids.
The Cradle of Humankind is a World Heritage Site first named by UNESCO in 1999.
About 50 kilometres northwest of Johannesburg, this site is one of eight South African World Heritage Sites.
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