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An expert: the cave discovered in Crimea can hold traces of the activities of ancient humans

The karst cave discovered by speleologists in the area of construction of the federal highway 'Tavrida' can hold traces of activities of ancient humans, Gennady Samokhin, chairman of the Russian Union of Speleologists, informed.
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Earlier Sergey Aksyonov, the Head of the Republic of Crimea, said that he initiated creation of a commission for the inspection of the cave, which was discovered near the village of Zuya in Belogorsky district. Works at the site are suspended until the research is completed, because there may be a threat of a break of the roadway, the experts said.

«The animal bones found in the cave, those of mastodon, mammoth’s ancestor, and cave rhinoceroses, markhors (aka screw horn goats), deer, and so forth can also point to the activity of human ancestors, since there are split tubular bones of animals, which is unusual for predators, so ancient humans were involved, most likely «, Samokhin explained.

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