Journal of Human Evolution, 16(2)
KNM-ER 812 is a mandible fragment attributed to a juvenile Paranthropus boisei. The heavily eroded fragment retains some parts of the retained roots of the deciduous canine and first and second deciduous molars remain preserved occlusally, all the crowns of these teeth have been lost . It has a stratigraphical position of 4m beneath the base of A2 in Area 104 of Koobi Fora and is dated to ~1.78 Ma .
1.The dental developmental status of six East African juvenile fossil hominids
2.Retrieving chronological age from dental remains of early fossil hominins to reconstruct human growth in the past
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 365(1556)
3.Chronostratigraphy of KNM-ER 3733 and other area 104 hominins from Koobi Fora
Journal of Human Evolution, 86
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