Neondendal, Denisovanus – For thousands of years, in the distant Siberian cave, we've discovered two new studies.
In ancient times this cave would have been a paradise for a real estate agent; The researchers found this as the only place where the length of history, Denisovanus, and even modern humans lived together.
Researchers found that this cave was very popular, humans, our ancestors, and our next evolutionary relatives) lived on a hot and cold period for 300,000 years. [In Photos: Bones from a Denisovan-Neanderthal Hybrid]
Researchers found that the Dinosaurs believed to have lived in the cave about 200,000 to 50,000 years ago by analyzing fossils and DNAs. The longest continents lived between 190,000 and 100,000 years ago.
Neanderthals and Deniswan were not completely removed from the blue color. In 2018, researchers discovered a tomb in the corner of the teenager that was owned by Nature Magazine, Neonander Mother and Denisovan Father.
This girl, 100,000 years ago, appeared in the Denisova cave.
For the last 40 years, researchers are studying the Danisfa cave at the bottom of the Altai Mountains in Siberia.
In the year 2010, the cave has gained worldwide recognition. Scientists declare that bones of an unknown hominid foil had been discovered before it was published. They named after the cave Hamilin the Denisovanus (deh-NEESE-vannes).
Nevertheless, researchers have had many archeology until now, so the inhabitants of the cave were not sure where they were located. Now, two new studies reveal the validity of the inhabitants of the cave.
In one study, researchers in Australia and Russia used the age of cave to determine age. These could not be used to radiocarbon turnovers, since it would depend on biomass 50,000 years ago. On the contrary, the ultimate play allows quartz and feldspot grains to be discovered by scientists when they have to face sunlight.
Researchers in Germany, Britain, Australia, Russia and Canada predict radioactive carbon isotope (radiocarbon table), bones, teeth and space; They created a statistical model consisting of all the newly discovered caves.
We had to discover new ways to build a strong period for the ruins in the Denisova cave. "Said Wohlong University of Womens University, a study assistant researcher Bo Lee, associate professor of school at Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences.
In addition, the new statistical model of the small and isolated, and help gather all the available fossils vivarasekharanannalum, it is easy to marrappettirikkamayirunnu pathanattinusesam, "says the researcher, the scientist, the archaeological study and a researcher dukka meks Catherina Planck Institute. Manusyacaritram in Germany, the statement Said to. [Denisovan Gallery: Tracing the Genetics of Human Ancestors]
However, the questions relate to what was recorded in the cave. For example, "Is human fats from men's creations to eat meat away from their original deposits?" The researcher at London's Natural History Museum, Chris Stringer, said.
A conceptual cave on the cave exists: Did modern humans live there? Our speciesHomo sapiens) 50,000 years ago in other parts of Asia, but it is not clear whether something is clear H. Sapiens The Dinosaurs interacted with the cave. Scientists have never been able to find fossils and genes of modern humans in the cave. However, honey bone researchers found between 50,000 and 46,000 years of age. The team could not have any DNA collection from it, so it is not clear what the bones of animals are.
In addition, modern humans can produce some sculptures in the cave.
"Another open question is whether Denisovan or modern humans have oldest bones and individual ornaments [tooth pendants] Tom Hayham, professor of archeology at Oxford University who worked on radiocarbon studies, said "43,000 to 49,000 years old are all documents in North Eurasia."
Stringer said the first of modern humans would pay his money.
"Modern modern humans can be mapped somewhere else on this date, for example, in Usta Ismim in Siberia," Stringer said in an e-mail to Scientists. "And the authors [radiocarbon dating] While the Dinizovans are not quite as early known in this era, it is interesting to note that the Dinonovs are the most harmful in their assumptions.
"More research and more research can solve that question satisfactorily," Stringer added.
Two studies have been published online (January 30) in the Natural Journal.
First published Live Science.