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A Hominoid Genus from the Early Miocene of Uganda
Fossils from a large-bodied hominoid from early Miocene sediments of Uganda, along with material recovered in the 1960s, show features of the shoulder and vertebral column that are significantly similar to those of living ...
A New Lorisid Humerus from the Early Miocene of Uganda
An early Miocene (18-20 mya) distal humerus from Napak, Uganda, is the only element of the forelimb to be allocated to African Lorisinae. Its loris-like features distinguish it from other East African material that more ...