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Earliest European discovered in Torquay

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The earliest evidence of modern humans in Europe, dated to 41,000 years ago, has been found in Torquay. One of the authors of the findings published in Nature, Professor Chris Stringer, explains how new techniques have allowed the remains to be dated more accurately.


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