August 28, 2002 | Leave a Comment

KariandusuiThe Kariandusui archaeological site in Kenya where Dr. Louis Leakey worked.The tools found here are probably more than half a million years old. There are three kinds: cleavers, hand axes, and stone balls.

Human skeletons are not often found here, because people who died were simply thrown into the bush, where their bones were scattered by animals.

(From a 2002 trip to Kenya.)


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