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Old 03-14-2012, 07:42 PM
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"One of the reasons for that is that in the science of human evolution or palaeoanthropology, we presently don't have a generally agreed, biological definition for our own species (Homo sapiens), believe it or not. And so this is a highly contentious area," he told BBC News.

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Old 03-17-2012, 07:31 AM
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Interesting as they were a late pleistocene species just like Homo Floresiensis (hobbit). I noticed the artist impression of what they may have looked like and my statement isn't about race so settle down you white and black supremecists however i doubt that they would have had dark skin do to the northern hemisphere was just coming out of the last brutal ice age at the end of the 'Younger Dryas' epoch as it was still a cold world in the northern memisphere ending around 11,500 b.c. when they disappeared.

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