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Mandibular Evidence Supports Homo Floresiensis as a Distinct Species

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Mandibular Evidence Supports Homo Floresiensis as a Distinct Species

Michael Carrington Westaway et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.

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CT scans of the Liang Bua 1 mandible (Upper) and an Aboriginal Australian Homo sapiens mandible, Roonka 45 (Lower). The distinct internal buttressing of the symphysis that can be seen in LB1 is found in early hominins but not Homo sapiens. Both mandibles are to scale.

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