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Tag Archives: Skeletons
Archaeologists at UC San Diego, La Jolla are currently battling for the privilege to study two human skeletons, more than 9,000 years old, recovered during a construction projector at the Chancellor’s home. The conflict has brought to the head current controversial … Continue reading