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Monk found the jaw of extinct human species in cave at 3,000 metres of altitude: Fantastic!
The lower jaw of a buddhist monk almost forty years ago, found in a cave on the Tibetan plateau shows a so-called denisovamens. It is the first time that remains of that extinct race of men outside of Siberia have been found and at an altitude of over 3,000 metres. In addition, the origin of the piece of bone reconstructed on the basis of only a proteomics; that is, for the first time.

The origin of the 160.000 year old bone is today published in the scientific journal Nature . After almost forty years, researchers have succeeded in the origin of the lower jaw to find. Remnants of this extinct human species denisova were ten years ago for the first time discovered in the Denisovagrot, ‘only’ 700 metres altitude in the south of Siberia. Now it turns out that the sister of the neanderthal’ used to be also far outside of that region lived. the

The buddhist monk found the fossil in 1980 in the Baishiya Karst cave in Tibet, is popular with both praying buddhists as well as tourists. A piece of lower jaw, with two teeth in it, no more. Only began in 2010, researchers from the Chinese Lanzhou university the bone to examine. Now it turns out the most complete fossil of a denisovamens that has ever been found. The finds in the cave in Siberia mainly related to smaller bone contaminants and teeth.

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