A set of 47 human teeth recently found in China could force researchers to rewrite human history. The teeth were discovered in a cave in Daoxian in China's Fuyan province, and were found to be 80,000-year old. When discovered, they were lying beneath 80,000-year-old stalagmites.
Humans Exited Africa, and Trekked to China, Fossils Reveal
Teeth from a cave in China suggest that modern humans lived in Asia tens of thousands of years before they reached Europe, researchers say. The finding sheds light on the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa and across the globe.
Here's Proof That the First Modern Humans Were Chinese