Your parroted response proves nothing, because everything you say is subjective. Tell me what the angle of the pelvis is that defines a human pelvis and at what point it becomes an ape pelvis...<quoted text> The angle of human hips are different than any chimp or ape, because we walk upright, all other apes run along sort of using their hands also because the hip angle. The angle on Australopithecus is like human so we know it wasn't an chimp , they absolutely do not have this type bone structure. Another piece of evidence is in the thumbs.
Chimps thumb bones are different than human Australopithecus had human thumbs. The difference is Australopithecus was smaller and had a smaller brain, but it's brain case is more human than chimp.
It couldn't possibly been a chimp. There are no humans yet, so guess what it is? Deny it if you like, but it will do you no good.
What do you means its brain case is more human than a chimp? How so? Do you have any clue as to the limits of morphologic variablity that exists in human skulls?