KNM ER 1813
|Catalog number||KNM ER 1813|
|Place discovered||Koobi Fora, Kenya|
|Discovered by||Kamoya Kimeu|
Its characteristics include an overall smaller size than other Homo habilis finds, but with a fully adult and typical H. habilis morphology.
It is an adult (the third molars were completely erupted and showed signs of wear) with an estimated cranial capacity of only 510 cc.
KNM means Kenya National Museums. ER means East Rudolf (referring to Lake Rudolf, the former name of Lake Turkana).
- "KNM ER 1813". Human Origins Program. Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 2006-07-14.