- Comparative Anatomy
20 Nov 1997
Bouri Formation, Ethiopia (Middle Awash)
The holotype for Australopithecus garhi is BOU-VP-12/130, and consists of a partial cranium with an upper jaw and teeth recovered from silty clay deposits1. The specimen is believed to be male, and shows a cranial capacity of 450 cc2.
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