Paleoanthropologists announced the discovery of a species of hobbit-like humans on Flores, an island 370 miles east of Bali. The adult hobbits, who lived as recently as 13,000 years ago, were about the size of a three-year-old modern human child, and they hunted Komodo dragons for food. | Harper's Magazine

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Paleoanthropologists announced the discovery of a species of hobbit-like humans on Flores, an island 370 miles east of Bali. The adult hobbits, who lived as recently as 13,000 years ago, were about the size of a three-year-old modern human child, and they hunted Komodo dragons for food.

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Paleoanthropologists announced the discovery of a species of hobbit-like humans on Flores, an island 370 miles east of Bali. The adult hobbits, who lived as recently as 13,000 years ago, were about the size of a three-year-old modern human child, and they hunted pygmy elephants and Komodo dragons for food.

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