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pratanu banerjee

Drama Thriller


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pratanu banerjee

Drama Thriller


Lost In The Olduvai Gorge

Lost In The Olduvai Gorge

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Terry Smith is an archaeologist who lives in Canada. He had travelled to Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania for research. He knows that this is a great site for paleoanthropologists like him. He had been working as a researcher in paleoanthropology. He had hired a guide named Jacob Anderson in Tanzania who will guide him. 

Terry asked, "Tell me about this Olduvai gorge."

Jacob replied, " The place of the wild sisal is the actual meaning of the world oldupai. This is a masaai word. There are lake bed sediments dating back Pleistocene."

Terry said, " Wow! That is great! Who visited Olduvai gorge for the first time?"

Jacob replied, " Olduvai Gorge was first visited by Willhelm Kattwinkel. He was a German archaeologist and physician. In 1913, it was visited by Hans Reck who is a geologist."

Terry asked, "When did Louis Leakey come to this spot?"

Jacob said, " They came in the year 1931. In 1935, Mary Leakey came to this spot. "

Terry asked, "What did they discover?"

Jacob said, " They found a lot of hand axes and human fossils." 

Terry asked, "Can you take me to the FLK site?"

Jacob said, "Yes! FLK site is known in full form with the name of Frida Leakey while K represents korongo. In Swahili language korongo means gully. Australopithecus boisei skull was found at this spot. There was the discovery of Mandible in 1960 May by the son of Leakey whose name was Jonathan." 

Terry asked, "Whose mandible is it?"

Jacob said, "It was the mandible of Homo habilis."


Terry replied, "Let's embark on a trip to Olduvai gorge and start our excavations.

Jacob replied, "Definitely!"


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