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On the role of evolutionary preconceptions in the artist’s human-like depiction of Australopithecus afarensis in National Geographic:
‘I wanted to get a human soul into this ape like face, to indicate something about where he was headed.’
Artist John Gurche, National Geographic, March 1996, p. 109.
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