Led by Eugène Dubois, the excavation team uncovered a tooth, a skullcap, and a thighbone at Trinil on the banks of the Solo River in East Java.
Having quickly found abundant fossils of large mammals, Dubois was relieved of his military duties (March 1889), and the colonial government assigned two engineers and fifty convicts to help him with his excavations.
His team soon excavated a molar (Trinil 1) and a skullcap (Trinil 2).
He chose this name because a similar tooth found in the Siwalik Hills in India in 1878 had been named Anthropopithecus, and because Dubois first assessed the cranium to have been about 700 cubic centimetres (43 cu in), closer to apes than to humans.
In August 1892, Dubois's team found a long femur (thighbone) shaped like a human one, suggesting that its owner had stood upright.
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Despite Dubois's argument, few accepted that Java Man was a transitional form between apes and humans.
Some dismissed the fossils as apes and others as modern humans, whereas many scientists considered Java Man as a primitive side branch of evolution not related to modern humans at all.
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