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, Die Erforschung von spät-tertiären und pleistozänen Fossilen im Sudan steckt, im Gegensatz zu Forschungen in Kenia und Äthiopien, noch in den Kinderschuhen. Bei einem ersten Survey des American Museum of Natural History im Winter 2011 konnten in der Butana (um Meroe, im Wadi Sufra und im Wadi Awateib) und in der Region von Karima einige fossile Reste entdeckt werden, darunter von drei Säugetieren (Rhinozeros, ein kamelartiges Tier, ein Bovide) und von Meeresbewohnern