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The humans related to Neanderthals and known as Denisovans have been identified only from a handful....................

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The humans related to Neanderthals and known as Denisovans have been identified only from a handful of remains. In 2019 where was the largest fossil so far found?

posted Jun 17 by Prithvi

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The fossil is half a jawbone containing two complete teeth, discovered high on the Tibetan Plateau and dated to more than 160,000 years ago. It is also the first fully Denisovan specimen found since those discovered in a Siberian cave in the Altai mountains in 1980.

answer Jun 18 by Rajni
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