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(The Conversation)   Cave in Kenya looks to be the oldest human burial in Africa, has a refreshing lack of garbage on the ground from local kids partying and such   (theconversation.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Human, Human evolution, Archaic Homo sapiens, remains of a child, team of researchers, collaborator Maria Martinn-Torres, Panga ya Saidi, evidence of the development of early symbolic behaviours  
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2021-05-06 3:55:13 PM  
Kenya: Where Can You See Lions? : animated music video : MrWeebl
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2021-05-06 6:06:25 PM  
I don't quite understand theconversation website.  This is the third, I think, article of "theirs" that was first published somewhere else, But with the attribution on theconversation.com either not there or apparent only after you start looking for it.

Are they legit?  Like a site that academics know will give their own articles more publicity?
 
2021-05-06 6:12:04 PM  
Death
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2021-05-07 12:31:10 AM  
Poor kid never got a chance to amount to anything, and now they'll be remembered for as long as there are people to remember.
 
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