Access Online: 10 Million Kenyan Archaeological and Paleontological Digitized Artifacts
Over 10 million of Kenya’s archaeological and paleontological collections will be available to all online after three American data service companies–Digital Divide Data, Amazon Web Services and Intel–digitised them.
Among the key attractions will be the 1.6-million-year-old fossil, named Nariokotome Boy, commonly known as Turkana Boy, which was found in 1984 by Kamoya Kimeu, who was part of a group of archaeologists led by Richard Leakey.
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