Paleoanthropologists digging at a site in Morocco discovered what may be the oldest well-dated Homo sapiens fossils ever found.
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The fossilized remains are 300,000 – 350,000 years old. Recent excavations unearthed several human fossils, including a lower jaw and a partial skull. These early humans had modern-looking faces—but their skulls were more elongated than ours. The bones could provide key insight into early human evolution.
Read more about these early humans.
Are These the Oldest Modern Human Fossils Ever Found? | National Geographic