3,000-year-old remains of 66 people found in Indonesian cave

04/22/2013 | LiveScience.com

The remains of 66 people from 3,000 years ago were found in a cave in Sumatra, Indonesia. It's the first time so many remains have been uncovered in a single cave. Researchers believe it was a burial site that Indonesia's first farmers used. Dog and pig remains were also found in the area known as Harimaru, or Tiger Cave. "There are still occupation traces deeper and deeper in the cave, where we have not excavated yet. So it means the cave is very promising," said Truman Simanjuntak of Jakarta's National Research and Development Center for Archaeology.

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