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Total amount of paleolithic bones discovered
« on: November 24, 2011, 04:40:40 am »
Does anyone have an estimate of the total amount of paleolithic humanoid bones that been discovered? Say, at least 10-12k years old back to our supposed separation from the apes at 5-7 million years of age.

This could be by weight

Or by space taken up - for instance, would the total amount fit on a kitchen table, in a bedroom, a basement, etc...

Are there more dinosaur bones than early-man bones? To what degree?

How do the amount of bones compare to other animals of the same time period?


 

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