Asia's 'Oldest bone and arrow' unearthed in Sri Lanka

6/12/2020 11:11:00 PM

45,000-year-old bone arrow tips unearthed in Sri Lanka are the 'oldest evidence of bow and arrow use outside of Africa'

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45,000-year-old bone arrow tips unearthed in Sri Lanka are the 'oldest evidence of bow and arrow use outside of Africa'

Scientists have discovered evidence of the oldest use of bows and arrows by prehistoric humans outside of Africa, in a cave in Sri Lanka.

Scientists present the earliest use of bow-and-arrow by humans outside of Africa.like to receive morning headlines Monday - Friday plus breaking news alerts by email “It also has several technological and stylistic elements distinguishing it from contemporaneous representations of birdlike creatures from Western Europe and Siberia – such as the pedestal on which the bird is perched.the Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen’s other grandchildren — wore blue, which matched the Queen’s pale blue outfit..

The early tools were likely used to capture fast-moving prey in rainforest canopy. Fragments recovered from the Sri Lankan cave also decorative shells and beads.” European animal and human mammoth ivory carvings dating back 40,000 years are our earliest examples of 3D art by prehistoric humans. Humans adapted to extreme environments when they migrated beyond Africa . Queen Elizabeth II, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles (Image: PA images) Camilla and Kate wore the same shade of blue as the Queen on her official birthday celebrations in 2018 (Image: PA) Ms O’Malley explained: “The colour blue is widely believed to be one of trust, responsibility, honesty and loyalty.

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Scientists present the earliest use of bow-and-arrow by humans outside of Africa.like to receive morning headlines Monday - Friday plus breaking news alerts by email “It also has several technological and stylistic elements distinguishing it from contemporaneous representations of birdlike creatures from Western Europe and Siberia – such as the pedestal on which the bird is perched.the Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen’s other grandchildren — wore blue, which matched the Queen’s pale blue outfit..

The early tools were likely used to capture fast-moving prey in rainforest canopy. Fragments recovered from the Sri Lankan cave also decorative shells and beads.” European animal and human mammoth ivory carvings dating back 40,000 years are our earliest examples of 3D art by prehistoric humans. Humans adapted to extreme environments when they migrated beyond Africa . Queen Elizabeth II, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles (Image: PA images) Camilla and Kate wore the same shade of blue as the Queen on her official birthday celebrations in 2018 (Image: PA) Ms O’Malley explained: “The colour blue is widely believed to be one of trust, responsibility, honesty and loyalty.