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International Institute for Human Evolutionary Research Hominem sapientia pro Hominibus Libya Before the Sahara:   The  Vanished World of the Eo­ Sahabi Valley  Noel T. Boaz  Art by Antonio Varelas  Libya was once a lush forested savanna with prolific grasslands flanking one of Africa’s great rivers. Encroaching Saharan sands and mountain-building that cut off the flow of water wiped out a diverse fauna and flora. Somehow hominids survived. Occasional Papers, No. 1 (2009)

Libya Before the Sahara

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