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Yu-Chun LI, Jiao-Yang TIAN, Qing-Peng KONG. Discovery of the Fuyan teeth: challenging or complementing the out-of-Africa scenario?. Zoological Research, 2015, 36(6): 311-313. doi: 10.13918/j.issn.ZoolRes.2015.6.311
Citation: Yu-Chun LI, Jiao-Yang TIAN, Qing-Peng KONG. Discovery of the Fuyan teeth: challenging or complementing the out-of-Africa scenario?. Zoological Research, 2015, 36(6): 311-313. doi: 10.13918/j.issn.ZoolRes.2015.6.311

Discovery of the Fuyan teeth: challenging or complementing the out-of-Africa scenario?

doi: 10.13918/j.issn.ZoolRes.2015.6.311
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Discovery of the Fuyan teeth: challenging or complementing the out-of-Africa scenario?

doi: 10.13918/j.issn.ZoolRes.2015.6.311
Yu-Chun LI, Jiao-Yang TIAN, Qing-Peng KONG. Discovery of the Fuyan teeth: challenging or complementing the out-of-Africa scenario?. Zoological Research, 2015, 36(6): 311-313. doi: 10.13918/j.issn.ZoolRes.2015.6.311
Citation: Yu-Chun LI, Jiao-Yang TIAN, Qing-Peng KONG. Discovery of the Fuyan teeth: challenging or complementing the out-of-Africa scenario?. Zoological Research, 2015, 36(6): 311-313. doi: 10.13918/j.issn.ZoolRes.2015.6.311
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