Archaeologists in Poland have discovered the remains of a human age of about 115 thousand years, said Professor of the Jagiellonian University of Krakow Paul valde-Nowak.
It is the oldest remains discovered in the country, writes Nauka w Polsce.
We are talking about the bones of the palms, which belong to the Neanderthal child, which was overcooked big bird.
The remains were found in a Dark cave on the territory of the małopolska province a few years ago, but only now they managed to identify accurately.
First the oldest human remains found in Poland were considered three teeth by the age of 42-52 years.