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The Nariokotome Homo erectus Skeleton

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HARDCOVER

$260.50 • £208.95 • €234.50

ISBN 9780674600751

Publication Date: 01/01/1993

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Walker and Leakey’s book brings together contributions by experts in paleobiology, geology, anatomy, anthropology and ecology. It is a stunning detective story, and a satisfying demonstration of the power of the scientific method to give flesh to the past.—Chet Raymo, The Boston Globe

The information provided by the various studies reported in this volume is of immense value to our knowledge of human evolutionary history. The authors and editors have provided a model for descriptive and comparative analyses against which all subsequent endeavors will be measured. In my opinion, this work will stand as one of the classics of paleoanthropology.—Fred H. Smith, Science

What impressed me most about the volume is that, apart from the basic description of the fossil, which itself is of great importance, the editors have sought out leading experts to tackle problems relating to specific issues in the evolutionary biology of Homo erectus. Many of these chapters would stand alone as major contributions. Together, they make a remarkable volume.—R. A. Foley, University of Cambridge

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