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The 'hobbit' was a separate species of human, new dating reveals | Science | AAAS
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30 Mar 2016 · That discovery sparked a fierce debate about whether the hominin—officially dubbed Homo floresiensis but often called the “hobbit”—was a separate species or a diseased modern human. Now ...


Homo floresiensis - Wikipedia
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Homo floresiensis ("Flores Man"; nicknamed "hobbit") is an extinct species in the genus Homo. The remains of an individual that would have stood about 1.1 m (3 ft 7 in) in height were discovered in 2003 at Liang ...
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Origins of Indonesian hobbits finally revealed - Phys.org
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21 Apr 2017 · The most comprehensive study on the bones of Homo floresiensis, a species of tiny human discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003, has found that they most likely evolved from an ancestor in Africa and not from Homo erectus as has been widely believed. The study by The ...


Flores Man 'hobbits' found in Indonesia were NOT direct relatives of modern humans, scientists confirm - The Sun
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22 Apr 2017 · ANCIENT "hobbits" recently discovered in Indonesia were not an early form of modern human but an entirely different species, scientists have found. The ancient hobbits, who would have ...


'Hobbit' species did not evolve from ancestor of modern humans, research finds | Science | The Guardian
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21 Apr 2017 · Bone study shows there is no evidence the 1.1-metre tall Homo floresiensis had any links with the much larger Homo erectus.


Homo floresiensis | The Smithsonian Institution's Human Origins Program
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Remains of one of the most recently discovered early human species , Homo floresiensis (nicknamed 'Hobbit'), have so far only been found on the Island of Flores, Indonesia. The fossils of H. floresiensis date to ...


\'Hobbits\' on Flores, Indonesia | The Smithsonian Institution's Human Origins Program
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Stone tools in the cave used by the “hobbit” are from 190,000 to 50,000 years old. Homo floresiensis was one of the last early human species to die out. The new analysis means that this evolutionary relative became ...


Scientists just found the remains of a 700,000-year-old 'hobbit' - ScienceAlert
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8 Jun 2016 · But some scientists have argued that, instead of a species of tiny hominins, the remains they were identified from could have simply have been sick humans. This new discovery adds more evidence ...
New Fossils Hint 'Hobbit' Humans Are Older Than Thought - Latest Stories - National Geographic
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8 Jun 2016 · New Fossils Hint 'Hobbit' Humans Are Older Than Thought ... island of Flores—has sparked a heated debate about its origins, including questions over its classification as a unique species.


Mystery human hobbit ancestor may have been first out of Africa | New Scientist
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21 Apr 2017 · The hobbit's ancestors probably died out across Asia when bigger, more complex human species like H. erectus and H. sapiens later emerged from Africa, Groves says. H. floresiensis was ...



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