1. 'Oldest remains' outside Africa reset human migration clock  Pulse Ghana
  2. Earliest modern human found outside Africa  BBC News
  3. Modern human skull that's 210,000 years old found in Greek cave  Business Insider
  4. The Story of Humans and Neanderthals in Europe Is Being Rewritten  The Atlantic
  5. Enigmatic skull could be the oldest modern human outside Africa  National Geographic
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A 210,000-year-old skull has been identified as the earliest modern human remains found outside Africa, putting the clock back on mankind's arrival in Europe by more than 150,000 years, researchers said Wednesday.A 210,000-year-old skull has been identified as the earliest modern human remains found outside Africa, putting the clock back on mankind's arrival in Europe by more than 150,000 years, researchers said Wednesday.

'Oldest remains' outside Africa reset human migration clock - Pulse Ghana

A 210,000-year-old skull is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil found outside Africa.A 210,000-year-old skull is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil found outside Africa.

Apidima 1 Is the Oldest Human Fossil Outside Africa - The Atlantic

Researchers have found the earliest example of our species outside Africa.Researchers have found the earliest example of our species outside Africa.

Earliest modern human found outside Africa - BBC News

The researchers generated a skull shape score and applied it to a European ancestry cohort to tease out introgressed Neanderthal DNA linked to head shape.The researchers generated a skull shape score and applied it to a European ancestry cohort to tease out introgressed Neanderthal DNA linked to head shape.

Neanderthal-Origin DNA Gives Insight Into Modern Human Skull Shape | GenomeWeb

“A 210,000-year-old skull from Greece is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil yet identified outside of Africa, and it shakes up the story of humans and Neanderthals in Europe https://t.co/hLOGa93DMV”

Ed Yong on Twitter: "A 210,000-year-old skull from Greece is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil yet identified outside of Africa, and it shakes up the story of humans and Neanderthals in Europe https://t.co/hLOGa93DMV"

“A skull from a Greek cave shows that Homo sapiens was already in Europe 210,000 years ago. Here’s my story on evidence of an early expansion out of Africa https://t.co/6LaOy2F1Zp”

Carl Zimmer on Twitter: "A skull from a Greek cave shows that Homo sapiens was already in Europe 210,000 years ago. Here’s my story on evidence of an early expansion out of Africa https://t.co/6LaOy2F1Zp"

“Earliest modern human found outside Africa...... published in ⁦@nature⁩ ⁦@ChrisStringer65⁩ - a skull unearthed in Greece has been dated to 210,000 years ago - a period when Europe was occupied by the Neanderthals. https://t.co/1138dLIeLs”

Dan Saladino on Twitter: "Earliest modern human found outside Africa...... published in ⁦@nature⁩ ⁦@ChrisStringer65⁩ - a skull unearthed in Greece has been dated to 210,000 years ago - a period when Europe was occupied by the Neanderthals. https://t.co/1138dLIeLs"

“Enigmatic skull suggests our human species reached Europe 210,000 years ago https://t.co/l9MQJfh9Dm”

Stephen Smiley on Twitter: "Enigmatic skull suggests our human species reached Europe 210,000 years ago https://t.co/l9MQJfh9Dm"

Detailed comparative analyses of two fossil crania from Apidima Cave, Greece, indicate that two late Middle Pleistocene human groups were present at this site; first an early Homo sapiens population followed by a Neanderthal population.Detailed comparative analyses of two fossil crania from Apidima Cave, Greece, indicate that two late Middle Pleistocene human groups were present at this site; first an early Homo sapiens population followed by a Neanderthal population.

Apidima Cave fossils provide earliest evidence of Homo sapiens in Eurasia | Nature

A new Nature study reinforces the idea that humans and Neanderthals overlapped in Europe.A new Nature study reinforces the idea that humans and Neanderthals overlapped in Europe.

Nature study: scientists claim to find the oldest human remains outside of Africa - Vox

By 40,000 years later, Neanderthals had taken over the site.By 40,000 years later, Neanderthals had taken over the site.

Humans may have reached Europe by 210,000 years ago | Ars Technica

By 40,000 years later, Neanderthals had taken over the site.By 40,000 years later, Neanderthals had taken over the site.

Humans may have reached Europe by 210,000 years ago | Ars Technica

Researchers claim nobody alive today is related to the individual found in the Apidima cave as the population the individual belonged to was eradicated during conflict with the neanderthals.Researchers claim nobody alive today is related to the individual found in the Apidima cave as the population the individual belonged to was eradicated during conflict with the neanderthals.

Humans left Africa and made it to modern-day Europe 210,000 years ago | Daily Mail Online

A controversial study argues that early Homo sapiens were in Greece by 210,000 years ago, sparking intense debate.A controversial study argues that early Homo sapiens were in Greece by 210,000 years ago, sparking intense debate.

Enigmatic skull could be the oldest modern human outside Africa

A skull fragment found in Greece has inspired a startling hypothesis about when our species first arrived in Europe and immediately generated excitement and skepticism among experts who study how and when Homo sapiens dispersed from Africa.A skull fragment found in Greece has inspired a startling hypothesis about when our species first arrived in Europe and immediately generated excitement and skepticism among experts who study how and when Homo sapiens dispersed from Africa.

Mysterious Skull Found in Greece May Contain a Shocking Twist About Early Human Migration

Modern humans arrived in Eurasia more than 150,000 years earlier than thought, scientists have concluded after the discovery of a fossilised skull in a cave in southern Greece.  One modern human and the other Neanderthal, a pair of partial skulls were discovered by the University of Athens in the Apidima Caves in the late 1970s.  They were so fragmented that they could not beModern humans arrived in Eurasia more than 150,000 years earlier than thought, scientists have concluded after the discovery of a fossilised skull in a cave in southern Greece.  One modern human and

The skull that proves moderns humans arrived in Europe 150,000 years earlier than thought | The Independent

Scientists think modern humans left Africa 70,000 years ago. But a 210,000-year-old skull in Greece indicates that some migration happened earlier.Scientists think modern humans left Africa 70,000 years ago. But a 210,000-year-old skull in Greece indicates that some migration happened earlier.

Modern human skull that's 210,000 years old found in Greek cave - Business Insider

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