Thursday, March 15, 2007

Anthropologist known for fossil work dies *extra credit*

Who: Clark Howell an Anthropologist

What: Howell died at the age 81

Where: Howell died in Berkeley,California and also died of cancer at his house. He was born in Kansas City on November 27, 1925.

When: Howell died at his house acording to University California Berkeley spokeswoman Shirley Wong.

Why: He died because he was old and had cancer.

In my oppinion I feel happy for Clark Howell because he was in seven expeditions and led one of the most important finds and he also discovered australopithecenes, the first apes that showed clear human characteristics, suggested the human ancestors goes back about 4 million years ago.

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