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Find on the Filipino island of put science on the track of new humanoid species
Science Fossil bones and teeth have scientists on the Philippine island of Luzon on the trail of a new race of men. The remains of the not been previously discovered ‘cousin’ of modern humans are estimated to be 50,000 years old. Anthropologists have the kind of Gay luzonensis is called, referring to the place of the find. The discovery appears today in the scientific journal Nature.

The scientists speculate that the newly discovered humans, on average, 1.20 meters large and it was one of the first human species which is straight up and has run. Researchers from France, the Philippines and Australia found the remains, which contribute to a growing awareness that human evolution is not so straightforward was made as it was assumed, in the Callao cave on the island. In 2007, it was on the same island as a bone of 67,000 year old discovered, presumably of the same species. the

The common thought was that the man from one species is evolved, but this find seems to be new evidence to the contrary to deliver, say the researchers. Also they wonder how luzonensis on the island and who are the ancestors of this race of men were. “It makes you realize that, although Homo sapiens is now the only surviving member of our branch of the evolutionary tree, we're the biggest part of our existence company have had,” said Matthew Tocheri. the

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