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Will the Iconic Skull of an Ancient Human Return to Zambia?

The United Kingdom has agreed to negotiate the possible relocation of the Kabwe skull. If the move occurs, it would be a triumph for repatriation efforts.

Photo: Trustees of the NHM

By Michael Balter




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