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English: Cave where the remainings of Homo floresiensis were discovered in 2003, Lian Bua, Flores, Indonesia [2007].
Français : Caverne de Liang Bua où les restes de l' Homme de Flores (Homo floresiensis) ont été découverts en 2003. Flores, Indonésie.
Date 18 August 2007, 00:29
Author Rosino

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8° 32′ 3.01″ S, 120° 27′ 37.01″ E

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