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wakingdream
Has anyone heard this in the news? The new species of humans found on Indonesia? It's really pretty fascinating. They're now saying they could have been a new species entirely!

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The team, which discovered the tiny remains in Liang Bua cave on Flores, contends that the population belongs to the species Homo floresiensis - separate from our own grouping, Homo sapiens .

The group argues that the "Hobbits" are descended from a prehistoric species of human - perhaps Homo erectus - which reached island South-East Asia more than a million years ago.


Hobbits Are A Separate Species

starlagurl
Hahaha. I don't know, I guess that's cool.

I heard this joke last night: "I found out that digging up people in your own city is illegal... but going to another country and doing the same thing.... is archaeology."
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