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Songs about Taung:
A Chit Su Taung Mhar Khate Tha Lar by Phone Myint Naing from the Album The Girl With Cold Heart
A Chit Su Taung Mhar Khei Tha Lar by A Naing from the Album Can't Forget Our Story
Chit Taung Pyone by Hinthada Htun Yin from the Album Cry from a Chit Shone Thamar
A Chit Thet Thay Taung Tan Myay by Myint Moh Aung from the Album A Chit Thet Thay Taung Tang Myay
Dillema (The Story Of Taung) by George Finnis from the Album The Story Of Taung
Hold On (The Story Of Taung) by George Finnis from the Album The Story Of Taung
Htan Tara Tay Shin Basin Taung Than (Learning Fundamentals Song) by U Yee Nwe from the Album The Spellbinding Piano Of Burma
Books about Taung:
Taung Wells by Martin Koboekae (Mar 15, 2010)
Burmese Buddhist Murals, Vol. 1: Epigraphic Corpus of the Powin Taung Caves by Chrisophe Munier and Myint Aung (Dec 1, 2008)
The Status of Health Care in the Local Area of Taung by Francis Kintu (Oct 18, 2011)
Hominid evolution: Past, present, and future : proceedings of the Taung Diamond Jubilee International Symposium... by Phillip V.;White, Heather;Strong, Valerie Tobias (1985)
The Cave Temples of Po Win Taung, Central Burma: Architecture, Sculpture and Murals by Anne-May Chew (Jan 1, 2005)
Dart, Taung and the Missing Link: An Essay on the Life and Work of Emeritus Professor Raymond Dart (Institute... by Phillip V. Tobias (Dec 31, 1984)
Die Entdeckung und Exploration de Nickel-Laterit-Lager... Tagaung Taung, Birma by D Schellmann, W Bannert (1988)
Wiki information Taung:
Taung is a small town situated in the North West Province of South Africa. The name means place of the lion and was named after Tau, the chief of the Tswana speaking Legoya or BaTaung tribe. Tau is the Tswana word for lion.
The Taung Child is the fossilised skull of a young Australopithecus africanus individual. It was discovered in 1924 by quarrymen working for the Northern Lime Company in Taung, South Africa. Raymond Dart described it as a new species in the journal...