389 pages, B/w photos, maps
Over the past 25 years, a stream of discoveries in the Afar Depression of Ethiopia has produced the longest, most complete single record of human fossil or artifact remains in the world. This book chronicles the exploration of this unique desert area. As a co-founder of the team that discovered Lucy, Kalb has first hand knowledge of the research involved in the findings of the region, as well as the intense personal and professional rivalry that accompanied those findings, all set against a rich backdrop of cultural and political struggles.
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