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Things australopithecine often describes (“australopithecine ________”)
fossils, species, skull, sites, teeth, ancestors, site, endocasts, specimens, stage, bones, skulls, remains, material, brain, group, pelvis, dentition, fossil, evolution, forms, range, face, accumulations, diet, populations, taxonomy, cranium, grade, lineage, apes, brains, times, skeleton, hominids, deposits, lineages, crania, sample, caves, type, level, jaws, specimen, line, breccias, groups, capacity, finds, size, molars, endocast, ilium, ancestor, cousins, discoveries, phase, fragments, males, taxa, bone, patterns, anatomy, jaw, types, population, stock, mandible, morphology, affinities, locomotion, mandibles, features, dimorphism, habit, extinction, research, scavenging, femur, pattern, individuals, family, bipedality, fragment, culture, child, clade, canines, forebears, cavity, occiput, locality, breccia, humeral, variation

Descriptive words:
robust, first, gracile, new, late, early, ancestral, south, oldest, young, female, single, earliest, advanced, adolescent, fossil, east, primitive, brained, average, type

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