Fossils from a Philippine cave may come from a new human-like species
Scientists say Homo luzonensis lived at least 50,000 years ago
In a cave in the Philippines, researchers made a remarkable discovery of fossil bones and teeth. These remains appear to come from a new human-like species. This human relative, or hominid, lived at least 50,000 years ago. Scientists have just dubbed its species Homo luzonensis. They took the name from Luzon, the island on which the fossil remains were found. Read more.