|Artistic recreation of Bouchra (right)|
The quite complete remnants of a child of our species, Homo sapiens, have been found in the site known as Smugglers' Cave (Dar es Soltan, Morocco) in Aterian context. The child has been nicknamed Bouchra, meaning Good News in Arabic.
No paper or image of the infant's skeleton are known, as the research is financed by the sensationalist media National Geographic, which aims to keep the exclusive.
There are several older known members of our species in Africa (from Mozambique to Morocco) and Palestine but this one seems to be the first one dead at such a young age: approximately 8 years old. The remains have been dated to c. 108 Ka ago.
Sources: Philly.com[en] and Mundo Neandertal[es].