New evidence for a 67,000-year-old human presence at Callao Cave, Luzon, Philippines
Documentation of early human migrations through Island Southeast Asia and Wallacea en route to Australia has always been problematic due to a lack of well-dated human skeletal remains. The best known modern humans are from Niah Cave in Borneo (40-42. ka), and from Tabon Cave on the island of Palawan, southwest Philippines (47±11 ka). The discovery of Homo floresiensis on the island of Flores in eastern Indonesia has also highlighted the possibilities of identifying new hominin species on...[Show more]
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