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The alleged 100 million year old fossilized finger was found i the 1980's

A 100 Million Fossilized Human Finger: Out-of-place Artifacts (OOPArt)

The only fossil evidence of Denisovans found to date is this tooth, another molar and the finger bone used in the recent study to sequence the genome. (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology/Science)

Genome of Denisovan cave girl sheds light on human ancestry

Genome of Denisovan cave girl sheds light on human ancestry. The only fossil evidence of Denisovans found to date is this tooth, another molar & the finger bone used in the recent study to sequence the genome

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the 9th - 10th century A.D. This type of finger ring is a classic of the Viking age, with an ornately knotted bezel. The bezel is formed as a reef knot, which has been in use for over four thousand years as a symbol of marriage. The ring is made from a single rod, hammered and drawn thinner towards the terminals, which are then tied and neatly wrapped on the shoulders. The ring is robust and heavy, designed for everyday

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the

The anatomy of a human embryo at 7 weeks gestation, measuring approximately 14 mm.  The upper limbs, fingers, and face are developing and growing rapidly but are still forming their shape. The eye is developing but is not functioning yet.  The brain is developing rapidly and the blood vessels supplying it with blood are clearly visible. Also note the yolk sac.  Photo by Ralph Hutchings (2007)

A human embryo at 7 weeks gestation (Image: Ralph Hutchings / Visuals Unlimited / Getty)

WILT-9D4288: Early-medieval Viking finger ring

A complete early medieval silver ring made from a single wire rod, dating to the period c.

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