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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Filipino archeologist Armand Mijares shows a foot bone as part of the set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)
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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A premolar tooth is seen as part of the set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)
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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Filipino archeologist Armand Mijares shows a molar tooth as part of the set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)
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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Filipino archeologist Armand Mijares shows the set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)
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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Filipino archeologist Armand Mijares shows the set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)
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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis is seen at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)
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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A molar tooth is seen as part of the set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)
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(190411) -- QUEZON, April 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A premolar tooth is seen as part of the set of fossils of a newly discovered human species called Homo luzonensis at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, the Philippines, April 11, 2019. Found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island, the 50,000-year-old remains belong to a now extinct species of human. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)