Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Archaeological site found in 1965 near west Lake Baringo in the Tugen Hills, Kenya, dated to 2.5-1.5 mya, and that contains hominid remains, including a temporal fragment (KNM-BC 1) of genus Homo sp. indet; originally referred only to the Hominidae. A few researchers prefer the attribution Australopithecus cf. boisei.

See Mabaget and Baringo.

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