Monday, July 1, 2019

Ancient man-made weapons found alongside the remains of a woolly mammoth

by Chrissy Sexton,earth.com news - The remains of a woolly mammoth found preserved in Siberian permafrost were accompanied by man-made weapons dating back 10,000 years, according to experts from the Academy of Sciences of Yakutia. Located on Kotelny Island in the Russian Arctic, the bones and tusks both showed signs of human modifications.

“Traces of processing, presumably by an ancient man, were found on the tusk fragments,” mammoth expert Innokenty Pavlov told the Siberian Times. “The state of tusk remnants clearly points that the humans sliced it to make implements (and weapons).” Read the rest of story HERE

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