You can't own a human, so why can you own their remains? We need to stop treating human fossils as objects.
This is a hugely important find. It means that one of our earlier ancestors possibly originated in southern Africa.
300,000 years ago, there were lots of different species of human. Now it’s only us – and we're probably the reason why.
Diet and disease leave characteristic marks on our teeth which can reman for millions of years.
Homo naledi seems to have enjoyed small, hard foods like nuts.
Africa's overall contribution to research might be small, but smart people are undertaking smart and important work on and about the continent.
Evidence of Homo naledi's age suggests we need to rethink our understanding of human history and evolution.
New evidence suggests that Homo naledi didn't deliberately deposit their dead in a hidden chamber.
The big question being asked is: where does Homo naledi fit in the evolutionary tree? Assessing the similarity or dissimilarity between fossil skulls has provided a possible clue to the answer.
The discovery of Homo naledi has been a social media sensation, recording an extraordinary number of views – more than 170,000 – for a scientific paper.
Despite claims about its age, puzzling combinations of features from Homo naledi gives it an uncanny resemblance to human beings.