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“The fossils, which may represent a new hominid people, are of a people with a highly unusual mix of archaic and modern anatomical features and are the youngest of their kind ever found in mainland East Asia. The fossils are 14,500 to 11,500 years old, which means these humanoids would have shared the landscape with modern-looking humans at a time when China’s earliest farming cultures were beginning.”


Comments on: "Fossils of Previously Unknown Stone Age People Found in China" (1)

  1. This is very interesting, but certainly not unexpected, keeping in mind, that the human developement was in Asia, and not Africa.
    It will, most probably, be unachieveable to get all the different races of humans, and halv humans, to know that have developed over 000000 of years.
    Each time we find something new, we have to retract the former statements.
    Well, anyway, have fun… keep searching.

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