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Exciting news out of China...a man doing labor for the Japanese Occupational forces discovered a skull of a new hominid and kept it secret for 80 years. The skull has more more than a passing similarity to You Know Who.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/jun/25/massive-human-head-in-chinese-well-forces-scientists-to-rethink-evolution

 

 

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Hmm, 76 years after the Japanese occupation ended?

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Yup. Hid it in his well and only told relatives about it before he died. Some speculation that he didn’t want to reveal that he worked with the Japanese Imperial occupiers. We may speculate how many other undiscovered (to science) hominid fossils are sitting in collections, closets, attics and basements...with those in possession not knowing what they have. 

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Wow

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https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-57432104

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Maybe it’s the face of a Denisovan.

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4 hours ago, norseman said:

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-57432104

Maybe it’s the face of a Denisovan.

 

As soon as I saw this depiction of a Denisovan it reminded me of the drawings by a man who had an encounter in 2013 on Route 109, the highway between Aberdeen, WA and Ocean Shores, WA, . He slowed down because a deer ran across the road in front of him and he knew another might be right behind it. Instead, a Sasquatch came out of the forest, crossed the road in three strides, then paused on the berm and looked at the driver. It is BFRO report number 42448. When he got to his home in Ocean Shores he made the following drawings. The sun was behind the subject and allowed him to see the actual shape of the head through the hair.

 

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At times I really do love this weird, mysterious, always surprising world. I think I’ll just see how long I can hang down amongst us, just to see what happens next. 😁

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Interesting that the shoulder and face are assumed to have modern human hair patterns.

 

I don't believe we know exactly what the hair coverage pattern of Neanderthals was, nor early homo sapiens. Let alone Denisovian or this fella (if he actually is something other than Denisovian).  Please someone correct me if I am incorrect in that.

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Should also add I've seen a Roadie or two that weren't far off that depiction at concerts back in the 70's!  :D

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Hey, maybe we can use this information to solve for Bigfoot. Nah, stupid idea.

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28 minutes ago, hiflier said:

Hey, maybe we can use this information to solve for Bigfoot. Nah, stupid idea.

 

A general observation: You seem.......frustrated.

 

Is everything ok? Wishing you the best.

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It is an interesting find but also hyped by the media. This is not out of the blue. There are plenty of archaic fossils in Asia that have been known about for many years but not fully studied. Not all of them have been brought out into the public domain like this one.  China still won't talk about the fair skinned, blonde mummies discovered many decades ago. Seems reasonable that there will be a lot of archaic species from the east. Some will be a known homo strain and some unknown.

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I just found this on another site by accident. I've always assumed the family tree is a big bush with lots of things that haven't been preserved in the fossil record. I find things like this fascinating. 

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