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Scientists have recently discovered new species of ancient human excavations in Philippines. This newly identified species named Humo Luzonensis after Luzon Island, where bones and teeth from individuals of this species were excavated from Callao Cave. The small size of the bones suggests this archaic human would have been shorter than 4ft tall – possibly ..
Topics: Altai Krai • Callao Cave • Denisovan • Homo • Human evolution • Neanderthal • Paleoanthropology • Paleolithic • Pleistocene • Prehistoric Asia • Prehistoric Indonesia • Prehistory of the 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 ..
Generally, the time span from about 2 million years ago to about 3000 BC is called the Stone Age, because it was a period when man made most of his weapons and tools of stone. The Stone Age is divided into three periods, the earliest of which is called the Old Stone Age, or Paleolithic ..
How old is the earth? How long has man lived on it? In the past few years scientists have found much new evidence for answering these two questions. Geologists, scientists who study the crust of the earth and its strata, or layers—believe that the earth is approximately 4½ to 5 billion years old. According to ..