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Hominid Lucy
Website by Institute of Human Origins, a research organisation affiliated with Arizona State University.

Sterkfontein World Heritage site
Prime Origins Project, South Africa

Rock Paintings and Engravings
South African Museum.

Bantu Peoples and Languages
Encyclopaedia Britannica site.

Fossil dating
Discovery Channel website.

Fossil Man Ate Termites
Part of BBC Science and Technology site.

Fossil Challenge to Africa Theory
Part of BBC Science and Technology site.

"Oldest" Apeman Fossils Unearthed
Part of BBC Science and Technology site.

Find Well-Preserved Early Human Fossil
South African Scientists. Published in 1998, The New York Times.

Study Roots Humans in Africa
Part of BBC Science and Technology site.

The Evolution of Man Directory
Compiled by Hooper Natural History Virtual Museum.

Encounters in the Kalahari:
A Revisionist History. Published in Visual Anthropology. In association with University of Natal, the Smithsonian, Michigan State University.

Hunter-gatherers of Southern Africa
Compiled by South Africa Museum.

The San of Southern Africa
Compiled by the Kalahari Peoples Fund.

On the Human Origins Debate
National Geographic Site