125,000 Year-Old Artwork Found in China Likely Belonged to Denisovans

First published at 04:04 UTC on July 21st, 2019.

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Two 150,000 year-old bone fragments decorated with ochre-filled engravings were discovered in the central plains of China, and archaeologists suspect they were the work of the Denisovans - a recently-discovered cousin of our species, homo Sapiens....

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