Date: 2 weeks ago   Category: Science

Remains of ancient people of an unknown look are found


Scientists found bones of a prachelovek which characteristics differ from all types of ancient people known earlier. On Philippines the international group of scientists found the elements of remains of the ancient person which are perhaps belonging to a new look. Business Insider reports about it. Teeth, phalanxes of fingers and a part of a femur, found in a cave of Callao on the Philippine island of Luzon. Presumably age of samples of 50-67 thousand years. The so-called "combination of morphological features" of remains differs from all earlier known types of a prachelovek. Scientists assume that they opened a new look, having called it Homo luzonensis in honor of the island of Luzon. According to scientists, opening confirms "the difficult nature of evolution" and demonstrates a variety of views of Southeast Asia, pralyudy on the islands, during a pleistocene era. To a wound it was reported that remains of ancient people with strange anomalies were found. Also the Correspondent wrote that the skeleton of the person age 6.5 thousand years is found. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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