"The Amazing Discovery of Human-like Creatures"
Recently, scientists in South Africa have discovered a new human-like structure. This discovery was made in a deep cave burial chamber. The discovery of fifteen partial structures is a unique example of its kind in Africa.
Researchers believe that this discovery will change our perceptions of the ancient man. The research, published in the scientific journal Alife, also indicates that these individuals were also religious. Named and included in the biological group 'Homo', modern humans also belong to such a biological group.
Experts who have done the research are unable to say how long the creature survived, but Professor Lee Berger, the head of the researchers' team, told a British news agency that he believed it to be the first of its kind (Janus Homo). And it is possible that they lived in Africa up to 3 million years ago.
Like other researchers, they have used the term 'lost relationship'. Professor Burger says that Nalidi can be considered a 'bridge' between the first creature on two legs and the human being. Professor Stringer of the Natural History Museum says that Nalidi 'is a very important discovery' and he says: 'We went in search of a fossil. There were several fossils. And then it emerged as the discovery of many structures and many people.
According to Professor Burger, "after 21 days, we have discovered the largest fossils similar to man in African history." It was an extraordinary experience. ”Stringer, a professor at the Natural History Museum, says that Nalidi is" a very important discovery. "He said:" We are getting more and more evidence that nature was experimenting with human evolution, Because of this, different types of human-like creatures came to different parts of Africa.
There was only one species left that eventually reached us. I went to look for the bones that were kept in a safe room at Witwatersbad University. The door to this room was locked like a bank lock. Opening the door to the room, Professor Burger told me that our knowledge of the early man depended on these partial structures and skulls. Fifteen incomplete structures include the remains of men and women of different ages, including older children than infants. People are included.
This discovery in Africa is unprecedented and will provide further guidance on human evolution. Prof. Burger told me: 'We will know everything about this breed.' "We will know when Children were weaned, when were they born, how did they develop, how did they develop, did menstruation changes from childhood to adolescence during each stage of development. How they grew up and how they died. 'His hand was like that of a human being, but the bill on his fingers was like any other man's.' I was amazed at how well the bones were stored. The skull, tooth, and toe looked like they belonged to a child, even though the structure was of an older substance. His hand was like that of a human being, but the fingers on his fingers were like any other.
Homo naldi does not resemble any of the earliest humans found in Africa. Their brains are smaller, more like a gorilla's brain. However, they are included in the biological group of humans, due to their skull shape, rather than short teeth, long legs, and fresh-looking legs.
Professor Burger said: 'If I looked up, I thought I would never see such a thing in my entire career.' "It was a moment that had not prepared me for 25 years as a polyneuropathologist." How to get there.
Researchers believe that this discovery will change our perceptions of the ancient man, I visited the place of discovery called 'Rising Cue', and it is about an hour's drive from the University of 'Humanity of the moon'. Is in the area. The cave leads to a narrow tunnel through which some members of Professor Burger's team crawl in. The National Geography Society provided support for this work.
Little women were chosen for this task because the tunnel was too narrow. They crawled into the dark and only had a flashlight mounted on their helmets. Eventually after 20 minutes of travel they reached a chamber where hundreds of bones were present. They also included Marina Eliot. They showed me the narrow entrance to the cave and told me how they felt when they first saw the chamber.
He said: 'When I first arrived at the excavation site, I felt as if Howard Carter had noticed the opening of Tot Ankh Amon's tomb. You're in a tight space that opens in an open space and suddenly you see all these wonderful things. It was incredible. 'Marina Elliott and her colleagues were convinced that they had discovered a burial chamber. Homo naldi people apparently had a system of burying their men in a deep cave, and they buried them in this chamber, possibly for generations.