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APWAR_1996
Jaw of Australopithecus afarensis, Hadar, Ethiopia
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APKEL_1985
Front view of the original fossil skull of the gracile Australopithecus africanus, Taung I, Sterkfontein, South Africa
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APDEA_2032
Computer drawn skull showing brain activity.
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APCOO_1550
Underside view of Homo erectus, foramen magnum cast of Choukoutien skull
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APCOO_1991
East African Homo erectus skull frontal view.
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APVAN_1538
Qafzeh skull, premodern Homo sapian, about 90,000 years ago, Israel
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APCAN_2006
Oldowan chopping tool found in South Africa
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APKEL_1548
Original of Skhul V skull, premodern Homo sapian, Mt. Carmel, Israel
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APWHI_1714
Hand axe, Olorgasaile, Kenya
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APHIL_1090
Australopithecine footprint showing bipedalism. 3.6 million years old. Laetoli, Tanzania
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APLAM_1971
Homo erectus Acheulean Hand axes in situ, Olorgasaile, Kenya
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APCAN_1977
Olduvai Gorge is an archaeological site located in the eastern Serengeti Plains, which is in northern Tanzania. The gorge is a very steep sided ravine roughly 30 miles long and 295 ft. deep. Exposed deposits show rich fossil fauna, many hominid remains and items belonging to the one of the oldest stone tool technologies, called Olduwan. The time span of the objects recovered date from 2,100,000 to 15,000 years ago.
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APCOO_1541
Cast of OH-5, Australopithecus boisei, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
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APCOO_1989
East African Homo erectus skull
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APCOO_1990
East African Homo erectus skull
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