Herto Man refers to the 154,000 - 160,000-year-old human remains (Homo sapiens) discovered in 1997 from the Upper Herto member of the Bouri Formation in the Afar Triangle, Ethiopia.

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153,000-Year-Old Homo sapiens Footprint Discovered in South Africa

Homo sapiens likely arose from multiple closely related populations

What did Homo sapiens eat 170,000 years ago? Roasted, supersized land snails

Bow-and-arrow technology appeared in Europe about 54,000 years ago — as Homo sapiens arrived on the continent, thousands of years earlier than previously thought

Homo sapiens may have brought archery to Europe about 54,000 years ago

Homo sapiens is Still Evolving, New Study Shows

Homo Sapiens Rediscovered review: Hunting human origin stories

Study: Neanderthals and Homo sapiens Co-Existed in France and Spain for at least 1,400 Years

Life As Told By a Sapiens to a Neanderthal review: Joyful curiosity

Ancient DNA links an East Asian Homo sapiens woman to early Americans

Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens Shared This Cave 50,000 Years Ago

Ancient Homo sapiens took a talent for cultural creativity from Africa to Asia

Homo sapiens may have reached Europe 10,000 years earlier than previously thought

Age of the oldest known Homo sapiens from eastern Africa

Homo Sapiens are older than we previously thought