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The Maludong site had actually been excavated the first time by the Chinese in 1989.
Whether the Red Deer Cave people are indeed a new species indicating a new evolutionary line or whether they are a very early population of modern humans remains a controversial topic of discussion among scientists.
The team of Australian and Chinese researchers remains cautiously optimistic when it comes to classifying what they have unearthed.
At that time, several bags of fossils were found, but it was only in 2008 that the site was studied and the remains analyzed by Curnoe and his team of researchers.
The age of the cave sites was determined by collecting sediment samples and tested using radioactive carbon dating.
At the Longlin Cave, the remains of a lower jaw set in a bed of sediment were found by a geologist back in 1979 and rediscovered in a the basement laboratory of one of the Chinese researchers in 2009.