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Aside from being tiny, the Palauan bones show that some of these people lacked chins and had deep jaws, large teeth, and small eye sockets, according to the paper.
Some of these features were considered important in originally distinguishing the hobbit as a unique—and archaic—species, Berger said.
The find fuels new debate over the "Hobbit", a tiny human that lived on the island of Flores, 2,000km away. Some experts believe the Hobbit was a distinct species of human, Homo floresiensis, rather than Homo sapiens like us.