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Sunghir

Beitragvon ulfr » 15.02.2018 19:59

"Enttäuscht vom Affen, schuf Gott den Menschen. Danach verzichtete er auf weitere Experimente"
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Re: Sunghir

Beitragvon Blattspitze » 16.02.2018 13:03

" ... Both boys experienced repeated periods of extreme stress, according to an analysis of their dental enamel, the study said. What's more, the 10-year-old boy's thighbones are "exceptionally bowed and short," Trinkaus and co-lead researcher Alexandra Buzhilova, an anthropologist at Lomonosov Moscow State University, in Russia, wrote in the study. But otherwise, the young boy was physically active, an analysis of his skeleton showed.

Meanwhile, the 12-year-old boy's teeth had almost no wear, "which, to us, doesn't sound like much, but people from this time wore their teeth down quickly," Trinkaus said. Analyses of his skeleton indicate that the boy was bedridden, Trinkaus added. ..."

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