Tam Pra

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Tam Pra

 

a cave in northern Thailand, situated north of the city of Chiang Mai. The cave was discovered by the Swiss scholar K. F. Sarasin in 1933. Excavations unearthed bones of a deer and a crocodile, as well as flaked implements, made of river pebbles, dating from the Mesolithic Hoa Binh culture.

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