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Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Tools in Gabon that May Rewrite Our Understanding of Humankind’s History in Central Africa-Omenka Online

Archaeologists have dated stone tools from Lopé National Park in Gabon to 620,000 to 850,000 years ago, making them the earliest known evidence of a human presence in the Congo Basin. “In the African chronology, we always thought Central Africa was reserved for gorillas and the great apes, but in fact that’s false—there was a human presence,” said archaeologist Richard Oslisly of France’s Research Institute for......

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