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via SEA Globe, 10 January 2019: Feature on excavations of the oldest modern human remains in Southeast Asia, found in Laos.

Source: Uffe Wilken, SEA-Globe 20190110

Source: Uffe Wilken, SEA-Globe 20190110

At 80,000 years old, some human fossils found in a cave in northeastern Laos are the oldest known remains of modern humans in mainland Southeast Asia. Together with fossils from animals, they give us a snapshot of life in this part of the world millennia ago

Source: Laos: Cave fossils shed light on the world of 80,000 years ago

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