Modern humans (Homo sapiens) have become so used to being the only human species for the last ten thousand years that it seems difficult to imagine any other human species. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, human scientists and archaeologists changed our thinking that Homo sapiens is actually just a variety of human species. About one million years ago, the Earth used to be home to at least seven human species. And the rate of discovery in this direction is so fast that new names are being added to the family tree year after year.
Recently, archaeologists have found success in finding the remains of a different and new species of human etc. in the northern Philippines.
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