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A metre-wide gap then has to be crossed before reaching the 18 cm wide slot that forms the entrance into the chamber more than 50 meters below.
With these conditions in mind (any kind of body fat would likely leave you permanently sandwiched between the rock walls), Berger sent out a Facebook casting call for experienced palaeontologists who were skinny and not claustrophobic.
After seeing pictures and supposedly cursing (from excitement), Berger and his at that time 14-year-old son Matthew were given a tour.
Matthew, slender enough to fit through the very tight squeeze into the chamber, photographed the bones and showed his dad, who confirmed they were indeed human.
Not long after the start of the excavations, Hunter and Tucker followed a sloping passage into another section of the cave, more than 100 metres of twists and turns apart underground from the first chamber, and stumbled upon even more bones.
A reassessment of other early hominin fossils might thus well be needed.
In August 2013 CE, palaeontologist Lee Berger from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa, took a punt and sent former student and caving buddy Pedro Boshoff off on an exploration job.
Known as Superman’s Crawl and extending for 7 metres, almost everyone has to crawl with one arm extended over their heads to get through.