[ koo-bee -fawr-uh ]
/ ˈku bi ˈfɔr ə /
an archaeological locality on the northeastern side of Lake Turkana, in northern Kenya, yielding important early hominin fossils and some of the oldest hominin areas with stone tools, bone food waste, and possible evidence of fire use, dating from 1.1–4.2 million years ago.
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Origin of Koobi Fora
First recorded in 1965–70
Words nearby Koobi Fora
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