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Bipedalism in Orrorin tugenensis revealed by its femora
Abstract Three fragments of femora of Orrorin tugenensis , a 6 Ma hominid from the Lukeino Formation, Kenya, possesses a suite of derived characters that reveal that the species was habituallyExpand
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External and Internal Morphology of the BAR 1002'00 Orrorin tugenensis Femur
Late Miocene fossils from the Lukeino Formation in Kenya's Tugen Hills are assigned to Orrorin tugenensis. Of 20 fossils recovered there to date, 3 are proximal femurs. One of these, BAR 1002′00,Expand
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Distinctiveness of "Ugandapithecus" from "Proconsul"
The decision to create the genus Ugandapithecus by Senut et al., 2000 has been criticised, either directly and in detail by MacLatchy & Rossie (2005b) who argued that it is a junior synonym ofExpand
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A survey of past and present work on Plio-Pleistocene deposits on Bolt's Farm, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa
Even though Bolt's Farm is less well known than other sites in the Gauteng Province, it is an important area because of its Plio-Pleistocene fossils that contribute to an understanding ofExpand
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The earliest primate (Parapapio sp.) from the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (Waypoint 160, Bolt's Farm, South africa)
Waypoint 160 is a breccia occurrence in a dolomite solution cavity on Bolt's Farm on the southern margin of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage site in South Africa. The calcified breccia hasExpand
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Preliminary results concerning the discovery of new fossiliferous sites at Bolt's Farm (Cradle of Humankind, South Africa)
Since 2006, the HRU team has systematically prospected the fossiliferous area of Bolt's Farm located near the Sterkfontein Caves in the Cradle of Human kind World Heritage Site (Gauteng Province,Expand
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The first recorded occurrence of honey badger of the genus Mellivora (Carnivora: Mustelidae) at Kromdraai B, South Africa : scientific notes
The honey badger, of the genus Mellivora Storr, 1780, is a rare mammalian carnivore in Plio-Pleistocene deposits in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site in South Africa. It has been recordedExpand
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Plio-Pleistocene fossils from Femur Dump, Bolt's Farm, Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site
Bolt's Farm is a fossiliferous area in the Cradle of Humankind (Gauteng, South Africa), adjacent the well-known hominid sites of Sterkfontein, Swartkrans and Kromdraai. One particular site on Bolt'sExpand
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A new hominid hip bone from Swartkrans (SKW 8012) in relation to the anatomy of the anterior inferior iliac spine
The discovery of a partial pelvis (SKW 8012) from Swartkrans cave in South Africa supplements the collection of hip bones of australopithecines from this site (including SK 50 and SK 3155b). AllExpand
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