Extinct Denisovans from Siberia made stunning jewellery – but did they also discover Australia?

by Dave Sadler

Time for rethink on capabilities of lost species of ancient man as academics ponder amazing DNA link between today’s Aboriginal people and Altai cave dwellers.

The distance from the only currently known home of the Denisovans in Altai region to the nearest point of Australia is roughly akin to the length of the Trans-Siberian railway, and yet it is looking increasingly likely that these ancient species of humanoids somehow made this epic journey deep in pre-history, perhaps 65,000 years ago.

Separate evidence from the Denisova cave in southern Siberia certainly shows they had myriad talents at least 50,000 years ago, even if their ultimate fate was extinction.

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