Chinese archaeologists have discovered from a cave in Hunan Province 47 human teeth fossils, almost identical to our own.

The breakthrough archaeological discovery suggests modern humans lived in China more than 80,000, probably 120,000, years ago, according to a research paper by Liu Wu (刘武) and Wu Xiujie (吴秀杰) published on Nature.

The new finding once again challenges the “Out of Africa” theory, which somehow believes the first wave of human migration reached southern Asia merely 60,000 years ago.

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