Bones reveal Neanderthal child was eaten by a giant bird


The fossil skull of the young Diplodocus (CMC VP14128) known as Andrew, held by lead author D. Cary Woodruff. The Muslim Times has the best collection of articles on the theme of guided evolution

Source: CNN

By Ashley Strickland

When researchers discovered the oldest human remains ever found in Poland a few years ago, they didn’t realize that the bones were hiding a grisly secret.

In fact, it wasn’t until this year that they realized the bones were human at all, because they were found among animal bones. The researchers discovered that they were human during a lab analysis, according to Science in Poland.

The two tiny phalanges, or digital bones of the hand, are about 1 centimeter long and belonged to a Neanderthal child who was between 5 and 7 years old. The researchers have determined that the bones are 115,000 years old.

Read more

Leave a Reply