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Professor Israel Hershkovitz (above) of the David-Manot Cave project compares a Neanderthal skull (R) and a Homo Sapiens skull (L), outside the excavation cave in Manot, Western Galilee in Northern Israel, on January 28, 2015.


Archaeologists discovered a 55,000-year-old human skull in the Manot cave, which is the earliest fossilized evidence of an anatomically modern human skull outside Africa, and sheds light on human evolution, proving that modern humans migrated from Africa to the rest of the world, through the Middle East.

Archaeologist, Omer Barzilai (below) holds the recently discovered human skull in the Manot cave, in the Western Galilee, North Israel.


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