The Yogyakarta Archaeological Center has reportedly found fossils of Homo erectus near the Glagah River in Bumiayu subdistrict, Brebes, Central Java, estimated to be 300,000 years older than the erstwhile oldest archaic human fossils ever found in Indonesia.
The team of archeologists estimated that the fossils were around 1.8 million years old, or about 300,000 years older than the Sangiran man’s fossils, which are estimated to date back to 1.5 million years ago and until now has been believed to be the oldest. This finding makes the Bumiayu fossil the oldest archaic human that has ever been found not only in Java but also in Indonesia.
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