Modesto Junior College professor of anthropology Debra Bolter, in her office last month, shows her current research project, the bones and skull of a juvenile male primate from the Malapa cave in the same Cradle of Life region in South Africa where the Rising Star site is located. Bolter was called in to the dig because of her expertise in juvenile primate bones.
Modesto Junior College professor of anthropology Debra Bolter, in her office last month, shows her current research project, the bones and skull of a juvenile male primate from the Malapa cave in the same Cradle of Life region in South Africa where the Rising Star site is located. Bolter was called in to the dig because of her expertise in juvenile primate bones. Nan Austin naustin@modbee.com
Modesto Junior College professor of anthropology Debra Bolter, in her office last month, shows her current research project, the bones and skull of a juvenile male primate from the Malapa cave in the same Cradle of Life region in South Africa where the Rising Star site is located. Bolter was called in to the dig because of her expertise in juvenile primate bones. Nan Austin naustin@modbee.com

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