https://youtu.be/a-r7iIRp2j0 An almost complete 300,000-year-old elephant skeleton with eight-foot tusks has been recovered from a former mine in Germany. The Eurasian straight-tusked elephant, Palaeoloxodon antiquus, died by the shores of an ancient lake before its corpse was scavenged by carnivores. Researchers in Germany at the major Archaeological site of Schöningen in lower Saxony have announced a stunning discovery of an Ancient Elephant… Continue reading 300 Thousand Year Old Elephant with 8 Foot Tusks Discovered in Germany
A new study led by University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers found that the Bering Land Bridge’s climate became wetter and warmer about 15,000 years ago, a change that likely encouraged the first human migration from Asia to North America. What is the Bering land bridge theory? The Bering land bridge is a postulated route of human migration… Continue reading The Land bridge Myth!
The ancient people of Kemet/Etiop/Alkebulan were the first people every to circumnavigate the world, they are at best 4ft4 for females and 4ft9 for males on average.They are responsible for most of the megalithic monuments we tent to take for granted.I don't use the label (pygmie) because it is disrespectful,They were tough and Formidable with… Continue reading The Twa (Cwa) (Manding)(Anu)(Skraeling)