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Published on Apr 25, 2008
In 1936, the skull of a small child was found at the Javanese site of Mojokerto. Described by von Koenigswald, the infant appears to have been just a few years old before it was swept into a delta. Because of the child's young age, it is difficult to confidently assign to a particular species but most researchers describe it as Homo erectus.
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