Human bones in south Mexico: Stalagmite reveals their age as thirteen,000 years previous

A prehistoric human skeleton discovered on the Yucatán Peninsula is no less than thirteen,000 years previous and most certainly dates from a glacial interval on the finish of the newest ice age, the late Pleistocene. A German-Mexican group of researchers has now dated the fossil skeleton based mostly on a stalagmite that grew on the hip bone.
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