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The Pleistocene Anthropoid Apes of South Africa
Though there seems little doubt that Dart was right in regarding it as an ape much nearer to man than either the chimpanzee or the gorilla, some European men of science still seem to believe that it is a variety of chimpanzees or a dwarf gorilla, in spite of the fact that the milk teeth are entirely different in structure from those of the living anthropoids.
XXI.—A Contribution to our Knowledge of the Vertebrates of the Karroo Beds of South Africa
Since the early discoveries made by A. G. Bain a little over one hundred years ago, and which were described by Owen between 1844 and 1876, the South African Karroo beds have yielded a steady stream
New Fossil Anthropoid Skull from South Africa
IT is nearly twelve years ago since Prof. R. A. Dart startled the world by the announcement of the discovery of a new type of fossil anthropoid found in a limestone cave at Taungs in Bechuana-land,
V.—On the Permian and Triassic Faunas of South Africa
  • R. Broom
  • Geology, Geography
    Geological Magazine
  • 1 January 1906
Until recently very little attempt has been made to classify the reptilian fossils of the Karroo Beds according to their geological horizons. Seeley recognised certain zones—(1) the zone of
Some South African pliocene and pleistocene mammals
All the fossil mammals here described have been found in South African cave or fissure deposits. One or two have been briefly described without figures; while a number have been figured without any
Notes on some Labyrinthodonts in the Transvaal Museum
This paper examines the rich collection of Labyrinthodonts housed at the Transvaal Museum. It gives a description of the anatomy of two allied Triassic types, Uranocentrodon and Lydekkerina.