|30 April 2005
Ancient human remains found in Viet Nam
A set of human remains, believed to be of a primitive man dating back 10,000-15,000 years, has been found in Viet Nam's northern mountainous Tuyen Quang province. Dr. Trinh Nang Chung, Deputy Head of the Viet Nam Institute of Archaeology's Viet Nam Stone Age Research Department, said that the scull, set of teeth and bones were discovered in Phya Vai cave, Coc Ngan village, Xuan Tan commune of Na Hang district.
Source: Vietnam News Agency (28 April 2005)
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