Friday, April 13, 2018

Humanity: Finger-Bone Fossil Points Way To New Thinking on Ancient Migration

A fossilized human finger bone that’s 85,000 to 90,000 years old was found in the Nefud Desert of Saudi Arabia, as revealed in a new study publishedApril 9, 2018, in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution.
The fossil finger is 1.3-inches-long. To put things in perspective, the Nefud Desert is 40,000 square miles. To find a single human finger bone in this massive area is crazy enough.
But this particular one just happens to also be the oldest human fossil unearthed outside of Africa as well as the oldest human remains found in Saudi Arabia.

No comments:

Post a Comment