Scientists unearth fossils from the ‘oldest Parisian’
Scientists have unearthed the oldest human remains found near Paris, close to the River Seine. Left arm bones dating back to around 20,000 years were found at Tourville-la-Rivière, approximately 100 km from Paris, and they look to be Neanderthal in origin. Read more: bbc.co.uk
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