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Natural-color image of the north end of the Suguta Valley in Kenya Featured Lake Turkana National Parks Print

Natural-color image of the north end of the Suguta Valley in Kenya

January 10, 2011 - Natural-color image of the north end of the Suguta Valley in Kenya, including Logipi Lake. Suguta Valley is one of the driest places in Kenya. The Suguta Valley floor is relatively flat and stands at an elevation about 1, 000 feet above sea level. The surrounding land rises to 3, 000 feet east and west of the valley, and high-elevation, volcanic cinder cones dot the rim. These cinder cones are part of a broad volcanic complex between the Suguta Valley and Lake Turkana to the north

© Stocktrek Images

Homo antecessor and Turkana Boy skulls Featured Lake Turkana National Parks Print

Homo antecessor and Turkana Boy skulls

Homo antecessor and Turkana Boy skulls. Fossil skulls of two extinct hominin species that form part of the human evolutionary tree. The fragments at left are part of a Homo antecessor skull. The cast at right is of the skull of fossil KNM-WT 15000, a nearly complete fossil skeleton that is called Turkana Boy (Nariokotome Boy). Turkana Boy is variously classified as Homo erectus or Homo ergaster. It was found in 1984 in Kenya, and is around 1.6 million years old. H. antecessor lived between 1.2 and 0.8 million years ago, with fossils found in 1994 and 1995 at the Gran Dolina site, in the Atapuerca foothills of northern Spain

© JAVIER TRUEBA/MSF/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Lava boulders cover vast tracts of infertile land on Featured Lake Turkana National Parks Print

Lava boulders cover vast tracts of infertile land on

Lava boulders cover vast tracts of infertile land on the eastern side of Lake Turkana. Often referred to as the Jade Sea due to its distinctive colour, Lake Turkana is a true desert lake, receiving 95% of its inflow from the Omo River, which rises i

© Nigel Pavitt

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