Keilor skull

Keilor skull

[′kē·lər ‚skəl]
(paleontology)
An Australian fossil type specimen of Homo sapiens from the Pleistocene.
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The fossils at Lake Mungo appeared to provide quite a different morphology from that at Kow Swamp, more comparable to the 'modern-looking' Keilor skull, and this disparity generated the Di-hybrid model, which argued that two distinct populations were responsible for the colonisation of Australia (Thorne, 1976).