Koobi Fora Museum
Details of Koobi Fora Museum
"It" being the long series of unfortunate events that lead to humanity populating the globe. Home to significant fossil remains of a two million year old skull of Homo Habilis, the museum also showcases a number of other fossilised remains of long extinct former African residents such as species of crocodile, giraffe, and turtle that once roamed the plains and forests.
Koobi Fora Museum. More commonly known as the Cradle of Mankind, this World Heritage Site located on the shores of Lake Turkana is believed to be some to be where it all begun.