It is known from a complete skeleton, found in Germany.
There is no single complete skeleton, and only one skull.
Now with the skull, they will be able to put together the pieces to form a nearly complete skeleton.
This specimen is the most complete early human skeleton ever found.
Eventually, the scientists expect to have a nearly complete skeleton.
Chief among these presents was the complete skeleton of an adult human male.
Until now, however, there has been nothing close to a complete skeleton.
It was not until the early 1900s that the first complete skeletons were discovered.
Outside you'll find the complete skeleton of a 72ft blue whale.
A few minutes investigation found three relatively complete human skeletons.