Biogeography of Middle Pleistocene hominins in mainland Southeast Asia: A review of current evidence
Mainland Southeast Asia is surrounded by Middle Pleistocene archaeology in India, South China and Indonesia, but has surprisingly little to show for itself. A survey of dispersed reports on evidence of hominin activity in mainland Southeast Asia shows how this region fits into the great arc of human dispersal from Africa to Australia. Hominin-mammal associations are an important indicator of hominin evolutionary change. Mainland Southeast Asia is identified as significant because it is a...[Show more]
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