And look how good the teeth are! - A cave in South Africa yielded the discovery of a previously unidentified member of the early human lineage — Homo naledi, a hominin species who seem to have buried their dead.
A distinctive feature, showing the woman was a 'foreigner' in Teotihuacan, is the two round pyrite stones encrusted in her top front teeth (shown) a technique used in Mayan regions in southern Mexico and Central America
Homo Florensis is an H. erectus like form which lived from approximately 100,000 to 12,000 before present, has been nicknamed hobbit for its small size, which would seme to be the result of island dwarfism (a similar thing happened to Pleistocene elephants and Cretaceous dinosaurs).The main find was a skeleton believed to be a woman of about 30 years of age. Found in 2003 it has been dated to approximately 18,000 years old, and was only about a meter in height.