<A_robustus_intro> <audio description> This page contains information relating to the fossils of Australopithesuc robustus. It shows an image of a skull specimen discovered in 1950 by Robert Broom showing a slight sagittal crest and large zygomatic arches that project forwards, hiding the sunken nasal area. </audio description> <large print> The above image shows the skull of Australopithecus robustus. Discovered in 1950 by Robert Broom this. Look at the distinctive features and note them. </large print> <standard> The above image shows the skull of Australopithesuc robustus. Discovered in 1950 by Robert Broom this. Look at the distinctive features and note them. </standard>
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It seems a short step, given the existing and emerging technologies, for cartographers to combine their exciting developments in geospatial visualisation with the techniques of accessibility to produce accessible cartography.