Homo rhodesiensis skull

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The Homo rhodesiensis skull, also known as the Kabwe skull, is shown in the photo below. This cranium, found at Broken Hill (now Kabwe), in northern Rhodesia (now Zambia), belonged to a large-brained individual and was first described by Arthur Smith Woodward in 1921.

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