Archaeologists in Brazil's Amazon rainforest have unearthed ancient artefacts and skeletons dating back 8,000 to 10,000 years near the Tapajos River.
Belonging to an unknown civilization, these findings challenge previous beliefs about the region's pre-European population.
The discovery includes ceramic urns, stone tools, and figurines, indicating advanced agriculture and a sophisticated society.
Dr. Eduardo Neves, the lead archaeologist, stated this could reshape our understanding of pre-Columbian America.
The skeletons, with distinct features from current indigenous groups, suggest potential migration patterns.
This discovery offers a transformative glimpse into the Amazon's ancient civilizations, promising more mysteries to uncover.— ONA