Tianyuan Cave (simplified Chinese: 田园洞; traditional Chinese: 田園洞; pinyin: Tiányuán Dòng) is near Beijing, where Tianyuan man, one of the earliest modern humans, was found.
The remains in the Tianyuan Cave have ancestral relations "to many present-day Asians and Native Americans".
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- ^ "Ancient human DNA suggests minimal interbreeding". Science News. 2013-01-21.
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