Richard Leakey

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English paleontologist (son of Louis Leakey and Mary Leakey) who continued the work of his parents

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This is the second time Richard Leakey has chaired the KWS.
I found Ryan Shaffer's interview with Richard Leakey ("Evolution, Humanism, and Conservation," J/A 2012) quite interesting, but one statement by Leakey disturbed me--that he is an atheist.
Richard Leakey predicts skepticism over evolution will soon be history.
Colonel Richard Leakey, Station Commander JHC Aldergrove, Joint Helicopter Command
Afdeling VI handel oor historiese figure en aspekte van hulle lewens wat deur optekening bewaar moet word: die versamelaar Francois le Vaillant, Saartjie Baartman, Thomas Baines (van wie 'n skildery op die buiteblad van die bundel verskyn), Richard Leakey en Jane Goodall wat haar hand na die gorillas uitgesteek het.
Richard Leakey unveiled a new lion statue that will raise awareness about the plight of lions in Nairobi National Park.
Anthropologist Richard Leakey imputes the development of language to the hunter-gatherer lifestyle of Homo erectus, the precursor of Homo sapiens.
I met the great anthropologist Richard Leakey after hearing his talk about a recent find at Fort Jesus in Mombasa.
Dr Richard Leakey, head of Africa charity Wildlife Direct, called the find "exciting".
She joined her parents, paleoanthropologists Meave and Richard Leakey, at the Turkana Basin research site in East Africa when she was just 2 weeks old.
Meanwhile, the growth of international air traffic was playing an important part in fuelling demand, according to convervationist Richard Leakey.
According to Richard Leakey, the famous archaeologist who served as head of the Kenya Wildlife Service, "Our dry months are longer, they're hotter and the dessication of the land in dry weather is worse.
El antropologo Richard Leakey fue el primer cientifico que confio en Jane Goodall, no por una intuicion, sino porque con sus trabajos como su asistente, ella habia demostrado su gran capacidad de observacion y dedicacion a tareas tanto de trabajo de campo, como en un museo.
Richard Leakey may be the world's best-known paleo-anthropologist.