Ancient teeth point to earliest modern humans in southern China

From ABC News in Science, 15 October 2015: Modern humans may have occupied southern China at least 30,000 years earlier than previously thought. Archaeologists have found 47 Homo sapiens teeth closely resembling our own, dated from 80,000-120,000 years old, in a cave in Hunan province, according to a letter published today in Nature. The discovery Continue reading Ancient teeth point to earliest modern humans in southern China