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EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS THE CRADLE OF MANKIND Kenya’s rich pre-historic heritage not only tells the story of man’s origin and evolution, but also has contributed to the understanding of the earth’s history. Several thousand fossils and artifacts spanning over 27 million years have been discovered in Kenya. Kenya is truly the cradle of mankind; evidence of man’s earliest settlement was found in Koobi fora in northern Kenya. In 1984, a team of archeologists discovered the bones of the world famous “Turkana Boy” near Lake Turkana. Dated 1.6 million years old, “Turkana Boy” is the most complete prehistoric human skeleton ever found. Lake Turkana is the renowned site of the discovery of Homo habilis among other extensive paleontological finds. In 2012, the skeleton of the “Turkana Boy” was exhibited in an art and cultural show in Florence, Italy. This session will give you insight into the origin of mankind through the evidence which has been collected, preserved, studied and documented Kenya’s past and present heritage.

THE CULTURE OF KENYA Every year thousands of tourists come to Kenya not only to see the wildlife but to experience Kenya’s unique culture. Kenya culture is a fascinating way of life that blends the traditions of thousands of years of African social evolution with the modern influences of

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