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[Paper] Direct dating of human fossils and the ever-changing story of human evolution

via Quaternary Science Reviews, 15 December 2023: Recent dating advancements have significantly altered our understanding of human evolution in Southeast Asia. Notably, Homo floresiensis, discovered in Liang Bua, has been re-dated to over 60,000 years ago, much older than the initially estimated 18,000 years. This finding resolves debates about their survival alongside Homo sapiens. Additionally, Homo luzonensis, from the site of Callao, has been dated to a minimum age of 134,000 years, spanning the transition from the Marine Isotope Stages 6 to 5. These findings not only push back the timelines of these ancient human species but also provide new perspectives on their existence and adaptation in the region.

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