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The possible field of anatomical research in South Africa


, : The possible field of anatomical research in South Africa. S African Jour Sci 43: 79-89

S. Africa has a wealth of fossil material, reptiles, mammals and man, which cannot be interpreted morphologically because of lack of knowledge of living forms. Africa offers a fine field for study of primate (including human) anatomy especially.

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