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Pliocene hominins' manufacture of stone tools and their use to access animal tissue are a crucial evolution in human evolution. Here we present an in situ archaeological assemblage from the Koobi Fora Formation in northern Kenya that contains a unique combination of faunal remains, some with clear indications of butchery, and Oldowan artifacts that are well dated to 1. 95 Ma.
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