160,000-Year-Old Jawbone Found in Tibet Cave, Sheds Light on Mysterious Ancient Humans

An ancient human jawbone discovered by a Buddhist monk in a Tibetan cave was found to belong to 160,000-year-old member of the extinct Denisovan people, a mysterious sister group of Neanderthals that disappeared about 50,000 years ago.

Source: 160,000-Year-Old Jawbone Found in Tibet Cave, Sheds Light on Mysterious Ancient Humans – Geek.com

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