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An undated picture shows Skull 17 from the Sima de los Huesos site in Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain. REUTERS-Copyright Javier Trueba-Madrid Scientific Films-Handout via Reuters

Who shot NEANDERTHAL MAN?  The Museum of Natural History in London has an early Paleolithic skull,  38,000 yrs old, found in Zambia in 1921. The left side of the skull is a PERFECTLY nearly ROUND HOLE, 1/3 inch in diameter. There are no radial split-lines around the hole or other marks that should have been left by an arrow or a spear. Opposite the hole, the cranium is shattered & reconstruction of the fragments show the skull was blown from the inside out, as happens with a GUNSHOT!  WEIRD!

The Museum of Natural History in London has an early Paleolithic skull, yrs old, found in Zambia in 1921

Random acts of kindness/courage : Faith in Humanity restored...Humanity isn't all lost in this world. In this world, where people don't have enough time to take a look at other people's sorrows and thinks best to just let it pass, where greed and corruption has corrupted the minds of the youth it does take courage to show some acts of kindness to people who need them. Let these 25 pictures be of some motivation for you and to me to do something good for some one else.

One pinner said: Random acts of kindness/courage : Faith in Humanity restored.Humanity isn't all lost in this world. Let these 25 pictures be of some motivation for you and to me to do something good for some one else. They also made me cry.

“@NHM_London #FossilFriday Early sapiens (replicas) Jebel Irhoud 1 (left) and Qafzeh 6 (right)”

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“ Early sapiens (replicas) Jebel Irhoud 1 (left) and Qafzeh 6 (right)”

magictransistor:  The skull of a two-year-old... - The Odd Side Of Me

Dederiyeh, Syria, Discovered by a team led by Takeru Akazawa. Between and years old - Homo neanderthalensis. This skull is from the skeleton of a two-year-old Neanderthal.

Bird Skull    Skull belonging to an unknown American bird species, possibly Cow Bird.

Bird Skull Skull belonging to an unknown American bird species, possibly Cow Bird.

Snake or Die! was created for Light Grey Art Lab's show, Skate or Die, which celebrates macabre-inspired designs and skate culture

Jessica Roux illustration - Snake or Die! was created for Light Grey Art Lab's show, Skate or Die, which celebrates macabre-inspired designs and skate culture.

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Cro-Magnon 1 skull // skull // found in 1868 // Les Eyzies, France // ‘Cro-Magnon Man’ is commonly used for the modern humans that inhabited Europe from about to years ago //

Babirusa pig skull, detailed anatomical pictures, all angles, teeth, tusks, skeleton. Indonesia. Sold on eBay in June 2015, $1200.

Babirusa pig skull, detailed anatomical pictures, all angles, teeth, tusks, skeleton. Indonesia. Sold on eBay in June 2015, $1200.

Skulls of the American flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) presented to the Academy of Natural sciences, Philadelphia by Thomas B. Wilson in 1846

A Glorious Enterprise: The Making of American Science

AWESOME -- Skulls of the American flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber), presented to the Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia) by Thomas B. Wilson in Photo by Rosamond Purcell

Ancient: The oldest known portrait of a woman. The 4.8cm work is sculpted from mammoth ivory and was found at Dolní Vestonice, Moravia, in the Czech Republic, it is around 26,000 years old

Face of the 26,000-year-old woman! FIRST EVER portrait of a woman was carved into a tusk of a woolly mammoth (and it's smaller than a thumb)

Ancient: The oldest known portrait of a woman. Sculpted from mammoth ivory and found at Dolní Vestonice, Moravia, in the Czech Republic, it is around years old. Museum show comparing ancient & modern art

We're not "descended from monkeys," despite what you may believe.  Rather, we share a common ancestor with modern day primates.  There's a ton of evidence to support this theory, which is why it's a scientific theory and not just a hypothesis.

We're not "descended from monkeys," despite what you may believe. Rather, we share a common ancestor with modern day primates. There's a ton of evidence to support this theory, which is why it's a scientific theory and not just a hypothesis.

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