Tools from China are oldest hint of human lineage outside Africa

@article{Barras2018ToolsFC,
  title={Tools from China are oldest hint of human lineage outside Africa},
  author={Colin G. Barras},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2018}
}
2.1-million-year-old stone tools suggest hominins reached East Asia much earlier than thought. 2.1-million-year-old stone tools suggest hominins reached East Asia much earlier than thought. 

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An excavation has uncovered stone tools in China that are about 2.1 million years old. This evidence pushes back the date of the earliest established signs of a hominin species outside Africa.An
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An Early Pleistocene and largely continuous artefact sequence from Shangchen, which is a newly discovered Palaeolithic locality of the southern Chinese Loess Plateau, indicates that hominins had left Africa by at least 2.1 million years ago, and occupied the Loess plateau repeatedly for a long time.