Ancient human remains to return to Borneo

Published on February 21st, 2012 | by Admin

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122 sets of human remains, discovered in a cave in Borneo and taken to the US for study, may find their way back home again soon.

According to Sarawak Museum Department director Ipoi Datan, the process of acquiring all 122 skeletons taken from Niah Cave in Miri was done with cooperation from the National Heritage Department.

“There are several procedures that we need to follow and it will take another two to three years before we will reach something,” Ipoi said when met by reporters after the launching of a photography exhibition at the Sarawak Art Museum yesterday.

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Story: The Borneo Post | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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