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A family of eminent Kenyan archaeologists and anthropologists. Louis (Seymour Bazett) (1903–72) pioneered the investigation of human origins in East Africa. He began excavations at Olduvai Gorge and together with Mary discovered the remains of early hominids and their implements, including "Australopithecus or Zinjanthropus boisei" in 1959. His British-born wife Mary (Douglas) (1913–96) discovered "Homo habilis" and "Homo erectus" at Olduvai in 1960. Their son Richard (Erskine) (born 1944) was director of the Kenya Wildlife Service 1989–94.
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