31,000-year-old skeleton found in Indonesia exhibits earliest known amputation, new study suggests

A new study published in the journal Nature Wednesday suggests that a 31,000-year-old young adult skeleton found on the Indonesian island of Borneo could be the earliest known example of human amputation.

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