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Maba Man (Traditional: 馬壩人, simplified: 马坝人 pinyin: mǎbà-rén) is the pre-modern hominid whose remains were discovered in 1958 in caves near the town called Maba, near Shaoguan city in the north part of Guangdong province, China.
The Maba Men lived in caves at Lion Rock, near Maba. The site is now a park and tourist attraction including the possibility to visit the cave and a museum nearby.
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