More than 1,000 human fragments from at least 19 individuals have been unearthed at the site.
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They are thought to be of a relatively old man who was 165.2 centimeters tall.
(Provided by the Okinawa Prefectural Archaeological Center) ISHIGAKI, Okinawa Prefecture--Skeletal remains of an individual who lived in the Old Stone Age are 27,000 years old, making them the nation’s oldest ever found in Japan, archaeologists said May 19.
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