Top Minds in 'Hobbit' Debate Gather at Stony Brook University for 7th Annual Human Evolution Symposium
As the debate rages on about whether Homo floresiensis - so called "Hobbit" - fossils discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003 represent a separate human species, researchers currently in the process of describing and analyzing the remains will all be in the same place at once to advance the discussion on Tuesday, April 21, during the 7th Annual Human Evolution Symposium at Stony Brook University.
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