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Early Man in East Africa

    Naturevolume 131pages477478 (1933) | Download Citation



    TO discuss the early human remains recently discovered by the East African Expedition of Dr. L. S. B. Leakey, the Royal Anthropological Institute convened a Conference on March 18 and 19 to examine the material which is now assembled in Cambridge. After hearing Dr. Leakey's exposition of his discoveries, and a general discussion of questions arising therefrom, the conference appointed committees to report respectively on the geological, palaeontological, anatomical, and archaeological evidence. The reports of these committees were submitted to the conference as follows:

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