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An approximately 210,000-year-old skull found in Greece represents the earliest evidence for modern humans in Eurasia, reports a Nature study. The findings provide support that modern humans dispersed out of African earlier than previously thought. https

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An approximately 210,000-year-old skull found in Greece represents the earliest evidence for modern humans in Eurasia, reports a Nature study. The findings provide support that modern humans dispersed out of African earlier than previously thought. https://go.nature.com/2XUEsek 

Original Article: An approximately 210,000-year-old skull found in Greece represents the earliest evidence for modern humans in Eurasia, reports a Nature study. The findings provide support that modern humans dispersed out of African earlier than previously thought. https

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