One of many skulls establishing man as a creature much older than two million years.
Ignore the bizarre theories in the article about how the skull got there. These kinds of revisionism will turn out to be totally unfounded ten years from now and chances are the "scientists" themselves will concede they just added that part to make themselves seem more relevant.
The facts are :
They found a human skull in a cave that could be considered modern and it is likely at least 1.8 million years old. It looks a little like Abe Vigoda with a cleft palate.