An Extinct Human Species May Not Have Evolved In Asia After All, New Research Suggests

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    New research suggests Homo erectus—the most successful hominin prior to the emergence of modern humans—reached southeast Asia later than is conventionally assumed. It’s a significant finding, as it casts doubt on a theory that points to an Asian birthplace for this now-extinct species.

    Period10 Jan 2020

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