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A 16,000-year-old intact human skull discovered in South China

Chinese archaeologists discovered an intact human skull fossil around 16,000 years old while excavating around the Yahuaidong relics in Longan, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
 
The skull is the first of its kind found in southwest China, and is an important relic to scientists that conduct research on prehistoric humans.

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