If aliens one day, arriving to Earth and finds out that the man is long gone, so they will piece our history together from the fossilized kyllingeben.
It says british geologists from the University of Leicester in a new study, writes New Scientist according to the Science.dk.
Potentially the fossils of the kyllingeben, you have gnawed free of meat, to be preserved for millions of years.
In the new study takes the british archaeologists starting in the 'Antropocæntiden' – a newly named geological period, characterized by human civilization's impact on the planet Earth.
Development began around 8,000 years ago, but in the 20. century, where kyllingeavl has been a gradually increasing business, it has gone really quickly.
And it can be seen on the animals:Benknoglen of a contemporary young slagtekylling is three times as wide and twice as long as with the original, red junglefugl A slagtekylling weigh in day 4-5 times more than it did in 1957
We believe that the 60 billion birds are slaughtered annually - it happens in a number and with a speed that is only possible because of human interference in breeding.
most kyllingerester end up in landfills, and the organic material may well mumificere, if there is not much oxygen present.
in Addition to the fossilized kyllingeben can future archaeologists encounter, among other things, metal cans, plastic, residues of fertilizers, fossil fuels and deposits of radioactive substances from nuclear weapons.
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