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New 1.4 million-year-old human remains appear at the d'Atapuerca site

This 2022, which we are about to close, was the year of the discovery of the face of the oldest hominid in Europe. They are the remains of a hominid that lived about 1.4 million years ago in this mountain range of Burgos. Rosa Huguet, IPHES-CERCA researcher and excavation coordinator of the Sima del Elefante site. Marina Mosquera, URV professor and IPHES-CERCA researcher and principal researcher of the Atapuerca project, and Xosé Pedro Rodríguez, URV professor and Head of Research at IPHES

New 1.4 million-year-old human remains appear at the d'Atapuerca site

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