Lucy- Australopithecus, which may be a human ancestor.
It is the oldest-known member of the Australopithecus group.
The fossil is considered the oldest-known member of the Australopithecus group.
Gluteals: The gluteus maximus in
Homo erectus is significantly larger than that of Australopithecus.
There has been scholarly debate regarding its
placement in the genus Homo rather than the genus Australopithecus.
Australopithecus Man-like, canines and incisors were small,
walked upright, hunted with stone weapons, ate fruits, brain capacities were between 400-600cc.
After all, these primates are alive to this day, and Australopithecus exists only in the form of fossil remains.
Australopithecus could not prepare food for future use,
so they needed to lead a nomadic lifestyle in the constant search for food.
Lucy is the mother of the genus Homo Lucy,
a humanoid of the species Australopithecus afarensis, could be the founding mother
of the genus Homo according to scientists.
The main characteristic of Australopithecus gracile was that this distant ancestor of man,
having lost most of the basic monkey features, was already a purebred straight erect.