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Perfectly preserved 70,000-years-old Neanderthal tooth found in France (www.rfi.fr)

Researchers unearthed a tooth estimated to be around 70,000 years old at the archaeolocial site of Montmaurin, in Haute-Garonne, near the Spanish border.

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