Australian research group announced the results of studies about what the human skull that was found in the Northern part of Papua New Guinea about 6,000 years old and he belongs to the “oldest victim of the tsunami in the world.” Informs the Japanese “Yomiuri”.
The skull was discovered in 1929 by the stream, Trically in Papua New Guinea. In this region, at least seven tsunamis have been observed since 1907, and over 2,000 people were killed in a tsunami in 1998.
The research team from Australia’s University of New South Wales investigated the layers of the place where you found the skull, and it was confirmed that the tsunami occurred about 6000 years ago. Scientists suggest that the body was eaten by crocodiles.