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Author Topic: A tooth starts again the debate on African Human Origin  (Read 1264 times)
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« on: July 12, 2009, 05:09:23 PM »

Saturday's French paper "Le Monde", 11 july 2009, reported a new discovery in a Birman forest which may restart the debate on African vs Other continents Human origin.

Actually the paper mentions extremely early primates precusors which may have preceded future evolution of all other primates. A 37 million years old tooth indicates that such anthropoids precursors started in Asia.

The English paper was published in the world famous "Proceedings of the Royal academy" July 1, 2009.

More information in English available Click here for more

The other French journal "Le Figaro" reported the same finding; more info in French available Click here for more

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