Confirmation of a late middle Pleistocene age for the Omo Kibish 1 cranium by direct uranium-series dating
While it is generally accepted that modern humans evolved in Africa, the specific physical evidence for that origin remains disputed. The modern-looking Omo 1 skeleton, discovered in the Kibish region of Ethiopia in 1967, was controversially dated at ∼1
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