Archaeologist Yossi Zaidner from the Hebrew University's Institute of Archaeology shows fossil fragments of a skull and jaw at a Tel Aviv University lab in the eponymous Israeli coastal city, on June 27, 2021. - The remains that were uncovered at the site of excavations in the quarry of a cement plant near the central city of Ramla, consisted of bones belonging to a "new type of early human" previously unknown to science, researchers said on June 24, claiming to have shed new light on human evolution. (Photo by GIL COHEN-MAGEN / AFP) (Photo by GIL COHEN-MAGEN/AFP via Getty Images)
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