Green Sahara

Archaeologists believe these skeletons, with interlocked fingers, are those of a mother and two children. The triple burial is part of a site in Niger called Gobero.
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( Mike Hettwer / National Geographic Society )

Archaeologists believe these skeletons, with interlocked fingers, are those of a mother and two children. The triple burial is part of a site in Niger called Gobero.

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