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Evidence has been found in which cave, that modern man (homo sapiens) may have reached South-East Asia..................

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Evidence has been found in which cave, that modern man (homo sapiens) may have reached South-East Asia at least 60,000 years ago?

posted Mar 14, 2019 by Rahul Vaidya

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Tam Pa Ling Cave, Laos
Excavations in Tam Pa Ling Cave in 2009 uncovered parts of three hominid skulls, one anatomically modern human dated to somewhere between 63,000 and 46,000 years ago, and the other two showing mixed modern and older traits and dated to between 70,000 and 48,000 years ago.

answer Sep 13, 2019 by Diya Borda
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