Perak Man back home in Lenggong


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  • Sunday, 16 Feb 2014

LENGGONG: Perak Man, the country’s oldest prehistoric man uncovered 24 years ago, is finally home.

Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz, a Lenggong boy himself, became the first visitor to view the 11,000-year-old skeleton during a ceremony yesterday to mark the homecoming of Perak Man at the Lenggong Archaeological Gallery.

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