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Evolutionary study suggests prehistoric human fossils 'hiding in plain sight' in Southeast Asia

By João Teixeira, Research associate, University of Adelaide
Kristofer M. Helgen, Chief Scientist and Director, Australian Museum Research Institute, Australian Museum
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The ancestors of modern-day people living on Southeast Asian islands likely interbred with a prehistoric species called Denisovans - raising the possibility of fresh and intriguing fossil discoveries.

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