Scientists have uncovered evidence early humans lived in North China 1.6 million years ago

By The Christian Science Monitor
Tuesday, August 20, 2013 1:03 EDT
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A team of scientists say they have uncovered evidence of early humans in China dating back at least 1.6 million years, the oldest signs of early humans in North China. In a paper published in the scholarly journal Scientific Reports, Chinese Academy…

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