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'''Raymond Dart''' (1893-1988) was an Australian anthropologist. He made one of the most important breakthroughs in the story of [[human evolution]], the discovery of ''[[Australopithecus africanus]]'' in South Africa.
'''Raymond Dart''' (1893-1988) was an Australian anthropologist, best known for one of the most important breakthroughs in the story of [[human evolution]], his discovery of ''[[Australopithecus africanus]]'' in South Africa in 1924.

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Raymond Dart (1893-1988) was an Australian anthropologist, best known for one of the most important breakthroughs in the story of human evolution, his discovery of Australopithecus africanus in South Africa in 1924.