Image: Liujiang Skull Homo sapiens angled view
Cast of Liujiang skull, discovered in 1958 in Guanxi province, South China. Age is uncertain, but at least 15,000 years old. This skull lacks the typically northern Asian features found in modern populations from those regions, lending support to popular theories that such features only arose in the last 8000 years.
- Carl Bento
- © Australian Museum