ANTARCTICA: They find SMALL HUMANOID FOSSILS 600 million years old
The investigations do not stop and even less so in Antarctica, which bears the name of forbidden continent, these researchers are always hunting and studying a new discovery. Therefore, today we will see a mysterious discovery that took place on this unknown continent.
The contradictions of this discovery
A quirky urban saying goes that life is made of coincidences; and boy yes. Making known to the world this strange species that stepped on our planet more than 600 million years ago was not what was expected.
A small expedition of reporters from The Reporter National had a job. Denying a newspaper that spoke of alleged alien bases, but the plan backfired. They stumbled across a group of paleontologists bringing with them a major discovery that could support the extraterrestrial base idea.
Second fossil discovered
They found inside sedimentary rocks a very small humanoid skeleton, no bigger than 30 centimeters. They estimated its age at over 600 million years with one hundred percent certainty. The second was on another piece of stone, but this one was in better condition.
How did they discover these humanoid fossils?
Paleontologists did not initially intend to research these fossilized skeletons. They were looking for clues in former colonies of some dinosaur species that roamed the area, but luckily (or misfortune) their plans changed.
A 600 million year old discovery
All of this might sound weird, crazy, pointless and so on, but what’s even weirder is what our world was like back then. To give you an idea and context, the first humans, or our genetic ancestors, appeared 2.5 million years ago, while the first dinosaurs 200 million years ago.
Therefore, 600 million years ago, the first species of terrestrial vertebrates did not even appear. At that time, the only non-bacterial or microscopic living things were jellyfish, which were just beginning to form. Today, the skeletons are being investigated at the National Institute for Ancient Studies to come to a conclusion.