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“Giant” Skeletons: The Secret May Be Revealed

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Since 2016, researchers have been trying to find out what can be explained “Giant” size Human skeletons found in 205 tombs China. Well, now the answer may be found.

It is important to note that the use of the term “giant” actually relates to the period in which those people lived. At an average height of 1.65 m, the bones are estimated to be 5,000 years old.

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In this case, the skeletons found in northern Shandong revealed that these men and women were six to six feet long. Really, a lot in those ancient times.

Cemeteries where “giant” skeletons were found in China. Image: Publicity / Shandong University

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After an in-depth investigation, a study Shandong University Apparently a simple but reliable answer to this phenomenon may have been found.

In an interview with the Xinhua government news agency, election leader Fang Hui blamed the extraordinary height for his geographical position.

According to Hui, because of its proximity to the Yellow River, those people had clean water, humid climate, and sun. As there was a conducive environment for agricultural training, it was easier for that community to grow food and, as a result, a more abundant diet.

For the researcher, access to large quantities and food quality could explain the unusual size of these “giant” skeletons.

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