Homo luzonensis lived at least 50,000 to 67,000 years ago lived on the island of Luzon and was identified from seven teeth, two finger bones, toe bones and part of a femur. The remains were from three individual which stood around four feet tall and had a patchwork of modern and archaic human traits. The scientists had no luck extracting DNA, likely due to the heat and humidity over thousands of years. See video for facial recreation.
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