New ancient human Scientists led by Darren Cournot (Darren Curnoe) from the University of New South Wales (University of New South Wales), Australia, analyzed found in southern China remains of ancient creatures similar to modern humans. It turned out that they may belong to the culture of the Stone Age, has so far remained unknown to scientists, reports AFP. Age of the remains is 11.5 thousand to 14.5 thousand years and are described in a paper published in the journal PLoS One. The remains of three people were found in 1989, but they began to investigate in 2008 alone. Another skeleton was discovered in 1979, but release it stone was only in 2009. "These new remains may belong to a hitherto unknown form, experienced the end of the Ice Age about 11 thousand years ago - said Darren Cournot (Darren Curnoe), - They may also be people very early migrated out of Africa, or simply have not seen by scientists. " However, in the age of the remains of these relatively young. As he wrote, "Around the World" two years ago, archaeologists from Tel Aviv University (Tel Aviv University), Israel, announced that in central Israel found teeth man, whose age is estimated at 400 thousand years. It is the oldest remains of Homo sapiens (homo sapiens), ever found on Earth. All previous finds of this kind were younger, at least two times. Age finds was determined by X-ray and computed tomography. This finding could overturn all existing theories of human origins. Until now it was thought that a reasonable man appeared in Africa and then moved to other continents. If dating is made by Israeli archaeologists, will be finally confirmed, will inevitably have to consider the theory that modern humans first emerged in what is now Israel.