Pick Of The Week: Hobbit Bones A new cast of a skeleton of Homo floresiensis — a fossil known as the "hobbit" — was unveiled a few weeks ago at Stony Brook University. Anthropologist Bill Jungers describes the hominid, which lived 17,000 years ago and was just over three feet tall.
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Pick Of The Week: Hobbit Bones

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Pick Of The Week: Hobbit Bones

Pick Of The Week: Hobbit Bones

Pick Of The Week: Hobbit Bones

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A new cast of a skeleton of Homo floresiensis — a fossil known as the "hobbit" — was unveiled a few weeks ago at Stony Brook University. Anthropologist Bill Jungers describes the hominid, which lived 17,000 years ago and was just over three feet tall.

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