Saturday, 30 August 2014

Top 10 Mysterious Secrets About Kennewick Man's Skeleton Discovery

10. His Birth Identity is still mysterious Kennewick Man doesn’t belong to Americans; scientists believe that he might have come from far away, far from Pacific Northwest coast, possibly Alaska or the Aleutian Islands, or travelled from North America from Asia.

9. He died at the age 40, weighs 163 pounds with height 5 feet 7 inch, and the found skeleton of Kennewick Man is almost 9000 years old. And it is one of the most complete ancient skeletons ever found between 7300 to 7600 B.C.
Kennewick Man's Skeleton

8. Kennewick Man name came after the city Columbia River in Kennewick, Washington where the skeleton was found.

7. Discovery of Kennewick Man was completely accidental where Thomas and David Deacy found his skull in Columbia River at annual hydroplane races.

6. It took 10 visits for James Chatter to collect 350 bones to form complete skeleton.

5. The 9000 years old Kennewick Man after building it with complete face it almost looks like Patrick Stewart, the star Trek actor.

Kennewick Man and Patrick Stewart

4. Kennewick man challenges of life as a hunter, survived with a serious injury the embedded spear point in his hip seems to suggest something. Researchers said that he was injured seriously enough when he was young that somebody took very good care of him.

3. Researchers said Kennewick man died with great struggle, According to the research his left chest was totally injured with 4 broken ribs, and bones study show many other mystery things to be revealed.

Kennewick Man

2. Mostly he is proved has non-American but if that is true, then Kennewick Man's skull suggests that different peoples migrated to the Americas over a long period. 

1. Researchers believe that he was not alone where he died, he was buried where his bones were discovered, laid to rest face up with his chin tucked down and his hands at his sides with palms down.

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