In German, they'd call us "Spargeltarzan."
If you donate your body to science, where does it really end up?
We don't know why, but chemicals in bones tell us that a lot of people came from all over to kill each other.
The expedition to find the remains of pilot Amelia Earhart and co-pilot Fred Noonan will begin on June 24.
The species, Homo naledi, resembles modern humans in many ways.
Authorities don't know yet how many bodies are in each of the 139 grave sites.
The king, whose bones were found in 2012, will be reinterred in the English town where he perished.
The "father of the modern novel" was found after his coffin was lost for hundreds of years.