New cranium of Homo erectus from Lake Ndutu, Tanzania

  • An Erratum to this article was published on 11 November 1976


I DESCRIBE here the humanoid cranium recovered by Mturi1 during excavations at Lake Ndutu in northern Tanzania. A fuller description will be published elsewhere.

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