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A CNN news article relating the delayed discovery of what may be the oldest human skull ever found in the Americas. Because the remains of Pe'on Woman III - who lived around 13,000 years ago - were found in Mexico and not the US, researcher will be able to study the DNA and structure of the skull without the objection of Native American groups, who have the right to claim and rebury ancestral remains under US law.
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Alternate Title Pe�on Woman III and the Kennewick Man
Date Issued 2002
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Date of Scout Publication 2002-12-13
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