New pre-Neandertal from Serbia

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Reuters is reporting on a Middle Pleistocene find from Serbia:

The fragment of a lower jaw, complete with three teeth, was discovered in a small cave in the Sicevo gorge in south Serbia.
"It is a pre-Neanderthal jaw that we believe is between 130,000 to 250,000 years old," said Belgrade University archaeology professor Dusan Mihailovic, head of the team studying the jaw.

Sounds cool, but there’s little in the way of relevant detail.