In 1903, experts found the oldest life-long skeleton in England at Cheddar gorge in Mendip, Somerset, England. This skeleton belongs to a man who lived about 10,000 years ago.
This remains is one of the most intact corpses ever discovered in the UK, and the corpse is named after the discovery site - the Cheddar man .
The appearance of the Cheddar man made many experts not surprised.
Recently, experts succeeded in getting Cheddar men. This person has black skin, curly hair and blue eyes. The appearance of the Cheddar man left many experts surprised and even surprised.
Specifically, Professor Ian Barnes, a geneticist who worked for the project, said the Cheddar man - one of the first British in history - to have black skin is unexpected, even amazing."I think this is a big surprise for most of us. For me, this is really a big surprise , " said Professor Ian Barnes.
The reason is that the University of Manchester has done the same project and described the Cheddar man who lived about 10,000 years ago with white skin. Experts also revealed that for every 1 out of 10 people living in the UK today there is a direct connection with the Cheddar man.
Before the Cheddar man, for over 100 years, experts and scientists have tried to decipher the mysteries related to this person like how he looks, from beginning to . Research results The rescue indicated that the ancestors of the Cheddar man arrived in England after leaving Africa and passing through the Middle East.