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This figure shows the Neanderthal rib bone (marked "a") found to have contained a fibrous dysplasia tumor by David Frayer, a professor of anthropology at Kansas University, and other researchers. This image is published here under a Creative Commons Attribution License, and it originally appeared with the article "Fibrous Dysplasia in a 120,000+ Year Old Neandertal from Krapina, Croatia," by Janet Monge, Morrie Kricun, Jakov Radovčić, Davorka Radovčić, Alan Mann and David W. Frayer, published in PLOS ONE on June 5.

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