Hobbit find shows tiny humans shrank 'rapidly' - BBC News. Scientists have discovered the 700,000-year-old ancestor of the tiny primitive human known as "the Hobbit". Its fossils indicate that the normal-sized primitive humans who first set foot on the Indonesian Island of Flores shrank "rapidly" to become Hobbit-sized.
Diplocaulus – the most famous nectridean – is typically portrayed as here. However, fossils show that these ‘horned’ nectrideans actually had skin webs connecting the tips of their ‘horns’ to their bodies.