Neanderthal baby teeth

Neanderthal baby teeth

31 Aug2019
Neanderthal baby teeth

Iranian archaeologists unearth a Neanderthal child tooth for the first time at Bave Yuan rock shelter in Kermanshah province.

Iranian archaeologists unearth a Neanderthal child tooth for the first time at Bave Yuan rock shelter in Kermanshah province. This is the first time the
remains of a Neanderthal man have been discovered in Iran. This is a six-year-old baby tooth that was found in scientific exploration along with lithographic tools from the Middle Paleolithic period and is based on Absolute Radiological Carbon Diagnostic Experiments, aged between 42.000 and 45,000 years, so Neanderthals discovered Neanderthals have been around since the present age. Teeth discovered from the Yuan Mountain Cliff Shelter are among the rare scientific teeth of Neanderthal infants recorded in the world.
 

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