April 22, 2024


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Weapons carved from human bone arrive from drowned land bridge in between British isles and Europe

About 11,000 many years in the past, Stone Age hunters crafted sharp weapons out of human bone, a new review finds.

These hunter-gatherers lived in Doggerland, a now-underwater location in the North Sea that connected Europe to Britain. At the stop of the previous ice age, when sea ranges were being decreased, it was inhabited by herds of animals and human beings. Even though these individuals are long gone, artifacts from their society, like bone weapons, usually clean ashore in the Netherlands.