Sibiloi National Park
Sibiloi is home to important archaeological sites including Koobi Fora where the fossil remains have contributed more to the understanding of human evolution than any other site in the continent. Koobi Fora is a very important site for Hominid Fossils, famous internationally since Richard Leakey’s discovery of ‘1470’ a 2 million-year-old skull of Homo Habilis. Sibiloi National Park is also popularly known as the Cradle of Mankind. On-site are mainly extinct fossils like the crocodile, giraffe, and tortoise at least four times larger than today's.