Fossilized skeletal remains of what appear to be very little people have been discovered in the rocky terrain of the Antarctic Whitmore mountain range
In the Whitmore mountain range, tiny fossilized remains were discovered.
Interestingly, this finding came to light when I was in Antarctica working for The National Reporter to disprove a silly tabloid rumor about a nearby UFO facility.
A team of paleontologists were looking for proof that dinosaurs previously roamed the Antarctic peninsula before it split from Africa and South America and moved south to where it is today while my colleagues and I were looking into this ridiculous narrative.
Top: Basecamp with the tent for the National Reporter in the background. Bottom: Ace Flashman, a reporter for the Star, is escorted by his squad of sleuths.
Instead, what they discovered astounded them due to both what it was and how old it was.
We tested the fossils and found that they are at least 600 million years old, without a doubt. We were informed by Dr. Marly of Cambridge University.
The first jellyfish originally appeared 600 million years ago. In the world, there were no humans, and there wouldn’t be any for about 550 million years. Even the dinosaurs had disappeared by that time.
“We ripped a massive chunk of sedimentary rock away from the slope, and among its layers we discovered the first skeleton. We were aware that given its age and nature, it would almost certainly include some fossils. explains Dr. Marly.
“We were really baffled when we split the rock apart. This fossil, which had a full skeleton, dates back to a time when the earliest vertebrates hadn’t yet evolved by millions of years. Additionally, it seemed to be a person.
Less than a foot tall, the first fossilized skeleton they discovered.
The second skeleton was a really fine specimen, since it found in a completely extended position and had remarkable detail in contrast to the previous one. According to Dr. Marly.
Our examination of these skeletons makes it clear that they are unmistakably human and not a species of ape. It is completely unknown who they were, how many people they had, and whether they had sophisticated technology.
The second little skeleton had a lot of detail and was extremely well-preserved.
For additional examination, the fossils have been flown to the National Institute of Ancient Studies in Washington, DC.
Within the coming months, The National Reporter will publish a follow-up piece on this incredible find.
The National Reporter also wants to emphasize to its readers that these small preserved human bones are not alien artifacts, despite what we anticipate the tabloids will write when the news first breaks.
Please disregard any reports about these fossils that assert they are extraterrestrial in origin.
Fossilized skeletal remains of what appear to be very little people have been discovered in the rocky terrain of the Antarctic Whitmore mountain range. In the Whitmore mountain range, tiny fossilized remains were discovered. It’s interesting to note that this finding was discovered when I was working for The National Reporter in Antarctica to…