Just recently, American scientists conducted a study, which made it possible to date found the remains of an ancient Primate tegerdine, which is considered the ancestor of all primates. It is worth noting that the found remains belonged to an animal that lived 56 million years ago, reports DailyMail.
Previously, experts had assumed they were in Asia, but new research shows that North America could be inhabited ajardinada. While the exact place of their origin so far unknown.
As you know, Tardini appeared in the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum, which lasted for about 200 thousand years. During this period there have been significant climate warming, changes in atmospheric composition, including increased carbon dioxide concentration.
Then the sea level rose sharply to 67 meters, and the temperature of surface waters in the tropics has increased to 20 degrees Celsius, and the Arctic ocean up to 10 degrees Celsius.
By the way, not so long ago in scientific circles, a version from which religious representatives hair stand on end, experts call the first creatures on earth is the product of genetic engineering aliens.
According to scientists, human DNA is 95% identical with the genes of monkeys. However, they found 233 element of hereditary information in humans, which is not typical of other inhabitants of the Earth.
Recall that scientists from the US and Switzerland has published a scientific study in which they almost proved that mankind has its origins from a common ancestor that existed more than 100-200 thousand years ago.
As reported by the portal Znaia in the rocks of Guizhou province in South-West China, discovered the unique fossil of a turtle with no shell. It is noted that the fossils were in the layers, which appeared about 228 million years ago.
The portal also Znayu wrote that scientists have studied several pictures and artifacts of the Neanderthals and came to the conclusion that, most likely, they taught us the art.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.