A Neanderthal tooth discovered in Serbia reveals human migration history

In 2015, our Serbian-Canadian archaeological research team was working at a cave site named PeŇ°turina, in Eastern Serbia, where we had found thousands of stone tools and animal bones. One day, an excited Serbian undergrad brought us a fossil they had uncovered: a small molar tooth, which we immediately recognized as human.

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