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Research Results from Washington University Update Understanding of General Science
January 10th, 2012
"Paleopathological assessment of the late Middle Pleistocene archaic human cranium from Maba, South China, has documented a right frontal squamous exocranially concave and ridged lesion with endocranial protrusion," scientists writing in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America report.
"Differential diagnosis indicates that it resulted from localized blunt force trauma, due to an accident or, more probably, interhuman aggression. As such it joins a small sample of pre-last glacial maximum Pleistocene human remains with probable evidence of humanly induced trauma," wrote X.J. Wu and colleagues, Washington...
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Source: Asia Business Newsweekly (2012-01-10)