Homo erectus 2 - Asia Trinil Skullcap The famous Trinil...

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Trinil Skullcap The famous Trinil skullcap discovered by Eugene Dubois near the Solo River in Java. This is the first time a fossil human was found outside of Europe or Africa.
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Discoveries in Java Dates range from 1.8 m.y.a. to 1.6 m.y.a. The Ngandong individuals date from 50,000 to 25,000 y.a. - If the Ngandong dates are correct it would make Homo erectus and Homo sapiens contemporaries. - In Java, no artifacts have been found that can be associated with Homo erectus .
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Discoveries in Zhoukoudian, China “Dragon bones” used as medicine and aphrodisiacs were ancient bones. 40 male and female adults and children have been found near Zhoukoudian. The site was occupied for 250,000 years. 40% of the bones were from individuals less than 14 years old, 2.6% were from individuals between 50-60 years.
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Named Sinanthropus pekinensis by Casts of the calvariae excavated from Locality 1 between 1928 and 1937. The originals were lost during the war.
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Homo erectus 2 - Asia Trinil Skullcap The famous Trinil...

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