The oldest teeth on Earth

How old are the oldest teeth on Earth belonging to the human ancestor? Bagatela about 10 million years. German archaeologists who have studied the fossil teeth found in the course of the exploration of the Rhine river bed are convinced.

The discovery was made in the Eppelsheim area near Mainz. This is a real sensation, because the oldest primitive skeleton was only 3.2 million years old, of course Lucy – the skeleton of a woman found in Ethiopia. It is too early to make a proper record of the find. Only the first scientific articles about the find will be published. Researchers point out that real work is just beginning. According to today’s knowledge, the cradle of humanity is East Africa. Will this theory fall?

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