Leakey, Louis Seymour Bazett 1903-1972. British anthropologist and archaeologist. Predicated on a few fossil discoveries in Tanzania made largely by their wife, Mary Leakey (1913-1996), including early australopithecine and hominid skulls, he argued influentially that humans had evolved in Africa. Their particular boy Richard Leakey (born 1944) features proceeded their study.
English paleontologist (child of Louis Leakey and Mary Leakey) who proceeded the job of their moms and dads; he was appointed manager of a wildlife protect in Kenya but resigned under governmental force (created in 1944)
English paleontologist (the spouse of Louis Leakey) whom found the Zinjanthropus skull that has been 1,750,000 years old (1913-1996)
English paleontologist whoever account of fossil discoveries in Tanzania changed concepts of real human evolution (1903-1972)