LLeret Field Station

LLeret Field Station

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In the February 27, 2009 issue of Science, Matthew Bennett et.al., reported the discovery of 2 sets of 1.51-1.53 million year old Homo erectus footprints near Lleret, Kenya. These prints are said to be essentially like those of modern humans. The Turkana Basin Institute has a field station at LLeret.





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