Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Yayo

Archaeological site found in 1960 in Chad, Africa, dated to the Pleistocene, containing no artifacts, and hominid remains from one individual consisting of fragmentary frontal and facial bones attributed to the genus Australopithecus, but later reconsidered by some to be Homo habilis. Aka Koro Toro, the Chad australopithecine, KT 12-H1.

See Bahr El Ghazal.

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