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News & Views: A Nature paper describes the analysis of a fossil from Apidima Cave in southern Greece that is reported to be an early modern Homo sapiens at least 210,000 years old. The fossil is the oldest known modern human in Europe. https://go.nature.c

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News & Views: A Nature paper describes the analysis of a fossil from Apidima Cave in southern Greece that is reported to be an early modern Homo sapiens at least 210,000 years old. The fossil is the oldest known modern human in Europe. https://go.nature.com/2JzdvDN 

Original Article: News & Views: A Nature paper describes the analysis of a fossil from Apidima Cave in southern Greece that is reported to be an early modern Homo sapiens at least 210,000 years old. The fossil is the oldest known modern human in Europe. https://go.nature.c

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