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Kalambo Falls

[ kuh-lahm-boh ]
/ kəˈlɑm boʊ /
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an archaeological site at the southeastern end of Lake Tanganyika, on the Zambia-Tanzania border, that has yielded one of the longest continuous cultural sequences in sub-Saharan Africa, beginning more than 100,000 years b.p. and characterized in the earliest levels by evidence of fire use and some simple wooden implements of Lower Paleolithic, or Acheulean, humans.

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