Turkana

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Tur·ka·na

 (tər-kăn′ə, to͝or-kä′nə), Lake also Lake Ru·dolf (ro͞o′dŏlf′)
A lake of northwest Kenya in the Great Rift Valley bordering on Ethiopia.

Turkana

(tɜːˈkɑːnə)
n
(Placename) Lake Turkana a long narrow lake in E Africa, in the Great Rift Valley. Area: 7104 sq km (2743 sq miles). Former name: Lake Rudolf

Tur•ka•na

(tʊərˈkɑ nə)

n.
Lake. Formerly, Lake Rudolf. a lake in E Africa, in N Kenya. 3500 sq. mi. (9100 sq. km).
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It was discovered at the 'Kaitio' site in West Turkana, Kenya," says Carol Ward, professor of pathology and anatomical sciences.
It was discovered at the 'Kaitio' site in West Turkana, Kenya," Carol Ward, professor of pathology and anatomical sciences at MU, said.
Among the topics here are the evolution of palaeolandscape research at East Turkana as conversations with his ghost, the contribution of Kenya's West Turkana to the archaeology of human origins, honey and fire in human evolution, a geographic overview of encounters between Neanderthals and modern humans, and emergent issues in African archeology over the past 50 years.

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