Printed one copy in snow white Ninjaflex, another in black PLA.
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Background on the Taung child skull, copied from: https://www.instagram.com/p/BMHK4anhy3-/
"On October 28th, 1924 M.de Bruin, a miner, discovers an infant fossil skull the "Taung Child" in a lime quarry in Taung, South Africa. Paleoanthropologist Raymond Dart identifies fossil as new hominin species: Australopithecus Africanus. It is reported to be 2.8 million years old. When this 3-year-old child's skull was found in 1924, it was among the first early human fossils to be found in Africa -- and the first early human fossil discovery to draw major attention to this region as a place of origin of the human family tree. Still, it took over 20 years after that before scientists accepted the importance of Africa as a major source of human evolution. The Taung Child’s fossilized anatomy represented the first time researchers saw evidence of early human upright, two-legged (bipedal) walking."