Rukwa Rift Basin Project in the News
Two new Oligocene primates found in the Rukwa Rift Basin, Rukwapithecus fleaglei (foreground left) and Nsungwepithecus gunnelli (background right) are shown here in a reconstruction by paleoartist Mauricio Antón.
Reconstruction of Pakasuchus kapilimai
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