Leakey


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Leakey

1. Louis Seymour Bazett . 1903--72, British anthropologist and archaeologist, settled in Kenya. He discovered fossil remains of manlike apes in E Africa
2. his son Richard. born 1944, Kenyan anthropologist, who discovered the remains of primitive man over 2 million years old in E Africa
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Fort Jesus, Dr Leakey noted, is an international landmark, "recognised as a Unesco World Heritage site and as such, cannot be altered, defaced or violated.
Leakey argues for "multi-cropping systems integrating new crops developed from culturally-important traditional food species that intensify and enhance the productivity of smallholder farms by reducing the yield gap and providing multiple environmental, social and economic benefits.
This is the second time Richard Leakey has chaired the KWS.
Claire Leakey and Michael Reakes married on October 31
African farmers have little if any experience with propagation techniques other than sowing seeds," Leakey says.
The Leakey family scoured these sediments, finding numerous primitive stone tools.
Next stop: Camp Leakey, where people from all over the world come to see the ginger apes.
But we saw an example of true bravery this week when the Queen pinned a rare Victoria Cross on Paratrooper Joshua Leakey.
When the Queen pinned the Victoria Cross on to the chest of the colossus that is Joshua Leakey she said: "I don't give these out very often.
Lance Corporal Joshua Leakey, 27 - the second member of his family to receive the British armed forces' highest gallantry medal - played down his actions and paid tribute to his regiment and the Army after receiving the honour.
SMILING proudly, hero paratrooper Joshua Leakey receives the Victoria Cross from the Queen.