An evolved Homo erectus still lived in Indonesia around 100,000 years ago.
There are other environmental issues at play.
Megapixels: White eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.
It's up to you whether that's a feature or a bug.
Excerpt—Poached: Inside the Dark World of Wildlife Trafficking
After 54 years, a Bali Volcano erupts.
Our most recent ancestor shrank into Homo floresiensis after millennia of isolation
The magnitude of the situation is still TBD
Raging fires are endangering human lives as well as endangered species
In the wild, male apes can plan ahead where they'll be going, and they keep their female friends apprised.
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