REACHE members, with support from University of Minnesota's Lloyd A. Wilford Endowment, built a new bridge over the Nyando River at the base of Kapurtay Hill, Kisumu County, Kenya. The old bridge (see below) was barely passable and a danger to both community members and researchers. With a new bridge in place, excavation commenced in the Lower Kapurtay Agglomerates resulting in dozens of new fossil mammals including cranial remains of Rangwapithecus.
3/30/2017 06:10:56 am
Conguratulation Reache project for the nice work you have done to the communituy and empowering them to understand the importance of fossils and prehistorical sites as their national heritage
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