First study of the only original fossils conserved of Peking Man

Scientists have been studying for the first time the original fossil remains conserved of “Peking Man.” These six teeth belonging to Homo erectus were found in the mid-twentieth century at the Middle Pleistocene archaeological site of Zhoukoudian (Beijing).
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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