Mandibular body contours in A, Australopithecus; B, Paranthropus; C, "Telanthropus"; and D, Homo Sapiens (American white). Both australopithecines have narrow interramal distance anteriorly; "Telanthropus" has the hominine condition in this respect.
Fig. 1 - Facial and top views of female skulls of Australopithecus (left) and Paranthropus (right). The former is represented by Sts. 5 from Sterkfontein whil eht Paranthropus illustations are based mainlyl on Sk. 48 from Swartkrans.
Bushman pictographs: battle, Drakensberg. "Defenders of a shelter fight off attackers in Battle Cave. Women at left hold back two matchstick men. Arrows fly at right; one man walks away holding a wounded arm."