Ancient human skull found, first in 80 years
Ganug Nugroho Adi
The Jakarta Post
A local man has discovered a skull of Homo erectus at an archaeological site in Sangiran, Central Java, the first such finding in 80 years.
The skull is thought to have belonged to a member of the archaic Homo erectus who lived between 1 million to 1.5 million years ago.
“It is an important and rare finding. To date, most of the fossils found in Sangiran have been animal and plan...
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