New Species of Human, <em>Homo</em> <em>luzonensis,</em> Identified in the Philippines
New Species of Human, Homo luzonensis, Identified in the Philippines
Thirteen hominin bones found in a cave are so unique that archaeologists have determined they stem from a distinct hominin species, although others question whether the researchers have enough evidence.
New Species of Human, Homo luzonensis, Identified in the Philippines
New Species of Human, Homo luzonensis, Identified in the Philippines

Thirteen hominin bones found in a cave are so unique that archaeologists have determined they stem from a distinct hominin species, although others question whether the researchers have enough evidence.

Thirteen hominin bones found in a cave are so unique that archaeologists have determined they stem from a distinct hominin species, although others question whether the researchers have enough evidence.

Homo floresiensis
Gap Between “Hobbits” and Modern Humans Narrows
Gap Between “Hobbits” and Modern Humans Narrows
Tanya Lewis | Jun 29, 2016
Remnants of fires indicate modern humans may have lived around the same time as Homo floresiensis.
Oldest-Known “Hobbit”-like Fossils Found
Oldest-Known “Hobbit”-like Fossils Found
Tanya Lewis | Jun 8, 2016
The 700,000-year-old teeth and jawbones of small hominins may be the oldest remnants of Homo floresiensis.