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Prehistoric plant found
From:  Writer:  Date:2011-03-07

 

Chinese and Australian scientists have found remains of a prehistoric mill that produced stone implements 600,000 years ago in today's Henan Province.

The site, found in Lushi County, contained more than 100 stone implements that dated back 600,000 to 620,000 years, said Prof. Lu Huayu with Nanjing University.

Prof. Lu has co-authored a thesis on the finding with researchers from the Henan archeological institute and La Trobe University of Australia. The thesis was published on the latest issue of Journal of Human Evolution.

 
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