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GEORGIA-ARCHAEOLOGY/OROZMANI
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September 08, 2022 
Giorgi Bidzinashvili, an archaeologist and the dig team's scientific leader, demonstrates a tooth belonging... 
OROZMANI, Georgia 
Georgian archaeologists show a 1.8-million-year-old tooth found near Orozmani 
Giorgi Bidzinashvili, an archaeologist and the dig team's scientific leader, demonstrates a tooth belonging to an early species of human, which was recovered from rock layers presumably dated to 1.8 million years old, near an excavation site in Dmanisi outside the village of Orozmani, Georgia, September 8, 2022. The discovery of the tooth provides yet more evidence that the mountainous south Caucasus area was likely one of the first places early humans settled after migrating out of Africa, experts said. REUTERS/David Chkhikvishvili 
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