Israel: 180,000 year-old Homo sapien Fossil

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Israel: 180,000 year-old Homo sapien Fossil

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2Bookmarque
jan 25, 2018, 7:28pm

Wow.

That is staggering.

3stellarexplorer
Redigeret: jan 25, 2018, 9:35pm

A terrific finding, and the earliest AMH out of Africa. But not, I think, surprising that there were AMHs walking out of Africa. We already have evidence of later exoduses that didn’t “take”. The major departure of ~60K BP seems the one that brought our genome out of Arrica. Although, I there are some earlier events (100-120K BP iirc) that arguably may have made a contribution. Are earlier habitations that didn’t lead any further really unexpected? I don’t think so. Still, a wonderful contribution to our knowledge about early Homo sapiens.

4clamairy
Redigeret: jan 26, 2018, 9:22am

So exciting! Here's a great piece on this from The Washington Post, with a very informative video clip:
http://wapo.st/2nfDnth

5stellarexplorer
jan 26, 2018, 10:48am

Lovely video clip, clammy