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Position: Home > issue > August 28, 2021 Volume 2, Issue 3
Late Middle Pleistocene Harbin cranium represents a new Homo species
Category: Commentary
Author: Qiang Ji, Wensheng Wu, Yannan Ji, Qiang Li, Xijun Ni

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The Harbin cranium (HBSM2018-000018(A))


In eastern Asia, several Middle-Late Pleistocene human fossils, such as the Dali, Jinniushan, Hualongdong, and Harbin crania, evidently resemble each other and are phylogenetically closer to H. sapiens than to H. neanderthalensis or other archaic humans.1 The Harbin cranium is the best preserved of this group. It shows a mosaic combination of plesiomorphic and apomorphic features. Here, we suggest that the Harbin skull should be recognized as a new species of Homo.





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