Maturation of Australopithecus

There is not a lot of information out there about the Staphylococcus Robust when it comes to its process of maturing, but we can infer quite a bit from the information we do have. The average male would grow to reach a height of roughly four feet and four inches tall, weighing about 92 pounds, while the average female would reach three feet and seven inches tall, weighing in at about 71 pounds.

Based on this information alone it is easy to see that there is a pretty high level of sexual morphine, or in other words, that there is a very distinct difference in size or appearance between the two sexes of the Staphylococcus Robust. While there bodies may not be the biggest, they grew to house a rather large cranium, which retained a brain about the size of a chimpanzee. The Staphylococcus Robust would struggle to survive in a majority of modern day sports. They are not big enough for a contact sport like football, where a single hit could incapacitate them for a lifetime.

I can’t even begin to imagine a four foot tall, 92 pound man being run over by 6’5, 300 pound defensive tackle Mounding Such. Being that their average height hovers around four feet, they wouldn’t have much luck playing a sport like basketball either going up against people more than twice their size. While sports may not be in the cards for them, they would probably enjoy watching television. With a brain the size of a chimpanzee’s, you would think they could find some stimulation in watching an episode of Breaking Bad.