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Million-year-old skull found in Chinese province of Hubei, hailed as 'rare find'

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Archeologists have discovered an almost complete human skull dating back around one million years in the Chinese province of Hubei. The discovery is considered to be one of the most significant ones in recent times as experts believe that it will be crucial in understanding the evolution of human beings.
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Miraculously preserved 1-million-year-old human skull discovered in China

Chinese archaeologists discovered an incredibly well-preserved 1-million-year-old Homo erectus skull, filling a major gap in our understanding of human evolution.

2 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Million-year-old skull found in China fills human evolutionary gap

The latest discovery is the most complete fossil of its kind to be found in mainland Eurasia and fills in information on the origin of Homo erectus in East Asia.

2 months ago·Hong Kong
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Million-year-old skull found in Chinese province of Hubei, hailed as 'rare find'

Archeologists have discovered an almost complete human skull dating back around one million years in the Chinese province of Hubei. The discovery is considered to be one of the most significant ones in recent times as experts believe that it will be crucial in understanding the evolution of human beings.

2 months ago·Noida, India
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Million-year-old skull found in China provides insight in human evolutionary

Archaeologists and paleontologists recently discovered a roughly 1-million-year-old human skull fossil in Central China's Hubei Province, possibly offering a monumental clue in the study of the evolution of Homo erectus in East Asia.

2 months ago·China
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Million-year-old Homo erectus skull discovered in China • Eleven News

In China, the discovery of a Homo erectus skull opens up new lines of research to understand the evolution of humans in the east of

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