Thursday, May 03, 2007


In a tantalizingly short piece, the May 2007 issue of National Geographic reports that the fossilized remains of the "largest known female ancestor of humans" was discovered "near China's border with North Korea."
"Living 260,000 years ago ...she also 'represents the most northern and eastern zone of human habitation that we know of during the Pleistocene epoch.'"
No mention of the find on the KCNA website (yet).

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