The olduvai bed I hominine with special reference to its cranial capacity

  • Tobias P
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On February 25, 1961, Dr. L. S. B. Leakey announced the discovery of the greater part of a juvenile hominid mandible, as well as parts of two parietals, at the site F.L.K.N.N. I in Bed I at Olduvai Gorge, Tanganyika (Leakey 1961a). Pending further examination and the recovery of more bones of this hominid, these remains have hitherto been referred to a pre- Zinjanthropus, since the horizon from which they were recovered is a little lower than the Zinjanthropus horizon

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