Prehistoric Human Skull

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Qafzeh, Israel, 2001

This 100,000-year-old skull was found in a cave in Qafzeh, Israel, along with other fossils, including a horse tooth and burned flints. Cutting-edge techniques were used to date the fossils—revealing that modern humans left Africa much earlier than had been thought, even coexisting with Neanderthals, once believed to be our ancestors.

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    deuce

    Hmm… I thought the world was created 6000 years ago.

    GorillaMunch

    ha, funny how the evolution of modern day humans happened in one spot and not all over the globe progressively…

    Professor Ratbaggy

    I would expect that the evolution of the modern human would happen in one place, to one community of pre-humans;sp but nonetheless progressively, as you say.

    ManTheHarpoons

    Well looks like Creationists 358,468,234, and Evolutionists 3