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Oase 2 is a fossilized human skull thought to be from sometime in the first 5,000 years of human habitation of Europe. It was found in the Peștera cu Oase cave in southwestern Romania, with other human samples from the time. The skull has the same proportions as modern human craniums and has other features that are non-Neanderthal.
- Britt, Robert Roy (16 January 2007). Fox News: Ancient Skull Has Both Neanderthal, Modern Characteristics "Ancient Skull Has Both Neanderthal, Modern Characteristics". Retrieved 21 December 2014.
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