Paleoanthropology of the Kibish Formation, southern Ethiopia: Introduction.

Abstract

Cranial and skeletal remains of modern humans, Homo sapiens, were discovered in the Kibish Formation in 1967 by a team from the Kenya National Museums directed by Richard Leakey. Omo I, from Kamoya's Hominid Site (KHS), consists of much of a skeleton, including most of the cranial vault, parts of the face and mandible, and many postcranial elements. Omo II… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2008.05.007

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