Scientists discover new excavation of Human species in Philippines
Scientists have discovered fossils of a new human species ‘Homo luzonensis’ in a jungle Callao cave in the Philippines. The teeth and bones which are found have traits of both primitive and modern which were never seen together in one species. It assumes and suggest much remains are to be discovered about human evolution outside Africa. The excavations have unearthed 7 teeth, 2 hand bones, 1 thigh bone and 2 more foot bones, which altogether came from at least 2 adults and 1 child.