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International Symposium on Paleoanthropology in Commemoration of the 90th Anniversary of the Discovery of the First Skullcap of Peking Man
  December 2-4, 2019, Beijing
  FIRST CIRCULAR
  December 2, 2019 marks the 90th anniversary of the discovery of the first skullcap of Peking Man. Significant progress has been made in retrieving and studying human fossils and Paleolithic cultural remains from China and surrounding regions in recent years; notable advances in an...
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New Jurassic Non-avian Theropod Dinosaur Sheds Light on Origin of Flight in Dinosauria New Jurassic Non-avian Theropod Dinosaur Sheds ...

  A new Jurassic non-avian theropod dinosaur from 163 million-year-old fossil deposits in northeastern China provides new information regarding the incredible richness of evolutionary experimentation that characterized the origin of flight in t...
A new Middle Pleistocene human skull found in China reveals the variation and continuity in early Asian humans A new Middle Pleistocene human skull found in C...

  A team of scientists led by LIU Wu and WU Xiujie from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences reported a new Middle Pleistocene human skull ever found in southeastern China reve...
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Eurekalert!: Homo sapiens may have had several routes of dispersal across Asia in the Late Pleistocene Eurekalert!: Homo sapiens may have had several ...

  Homo sapiens may have had a variety of routes to choose from while dispersing across Asia during the Late Pleistocene Epoch, according to a study released May 29, 2019 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Feng Li of the Institute of Vertebr...
Xinhua: Chinese researchers discover 300,000-year-old ancient human fossils Xinhua: Chinese researchers discover 300,000-ye...

  HEFEI, May 24 (Xinhua) -- Chinese paleontologists have discovered more than 30 ancient human fossils that dated back to about 300,000 years, at an excavation site in Dongzhi County in east China's Anhui Province.
  They have also found more...
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