Dating skeletal remains


Charley Slaven said: 'If it was nessie washed up I'm pretty sure the bones wouldn't b (sic) intact they would b (sic) broken up duh obviously either a prank or for a TV programme to to b (sic) placed like that.'According to Google, there are around 200,000 searches each month for the Loch Ness Monster, and around 120,000 for information and accommodation close to Loch Ness.The monster mystery is said to be worth £30m to the region.Similar specimens were subsequently discovered in other parts of Europe and neighboring areas.


The oldest definitely dated EEMH specimen is the Grotta del Cavallo tooth dated in 2011 to at least 43,000 years old.

The French geologist Louis Lartet discovered the first five skeletons of this type in March 1868 in a rock shelter named Abri de Crô-Magnon.


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