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Jaw, backleg bone, frontleg bone and skull belonging to Theropithecus Oswaldi, extinct baboon species.

Handaxes used by early man to prepare food. They are insitu meaning discovered exactly where they were left by early man.

(L) Femur belonging to an extinct elephant species. (R) Femur belonging to a modern day elephant species. Notice the size difference.

Isaac and Georgia in one of the areas where a giant elephant femur was escavated.

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