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A fossil cranium from Kenya tells the story of an extinct elephant species

By William Sanders, Chief Vertebrate Preparator and Associate Research Scientist in the Museum of Paleontology and Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan
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The anatomy of the teeth in the cranium and its bones show that it belongs to an extinct cousin of the living African savanna and forest elephants.The Conversation


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