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A fossil tooth places enigmatic ancient humans in Southeast Asia

By Kira Westaway, Associate professor, Macquarie University
Mike W Morley, Associate Professor, Flinders University
Renaud Joannes-Boyau, Associate Professor, Southern Cross University
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The mysterious Denisovans left DNA traces in populations across Southeast Asia and Australasia, but until now no physical signs of their presence outside Eurasia had been found.The Conversation


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