Chinese archeologists recently discovered a 16,000-year-old prehistoric human skull fossil in southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
The skull fossil was found in Huaidong Cave in Longan County after a three-year effort by archeologists from the Guangxi Cultural Relics Protection and Archaeological Institute.
The excavated area is divided into four sections and occupies an area around 50 square meters, over half of the total area of the cave.
Archeologists found a tomb where they unearthed human remains, including a complete skull that dates to about 16,000 years ago.
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