Iran: Archeologists Discover 5 Meters Tall Human Skeletons

Tehran | A group of Russian archeologists working on a dig site in western Iran has made what could be the greatest discovery in decades. They have unearthed a total of six humanoid skeletons belonging to individuals that seem to each have measured more than 5 meters high.

The scientists responsible for the discovery have not yet pronounced themselves about whether these were the remains of excessively gigantic and oversized homo sapiens, or the first specimens ever discovered of a brand new species of proto-humans that could have coexisted with our ancestors.

Andrei Asimov, professor of archeology and paleoanthropology at the University of St-Petersburg and researcher in charge of the excavation site, explains that this discovery could explain many stories that were until now dismissed by historians as simply mythological.

“This means that Goliath and his fellow warriors from the mythical city of Gath could really have been more than 3 meters tall,” he tells our reporter.

“This also means that many different people over a long period of time could have encountered real existing giants and passed down stories about them to their descendants. We’ll definitely have to review our conception of history as it is and accept that many legends just might be real!”

4 Comments on "Iran: Archeologists Discover 5 Meters Tall Human Skeletons"

  1. Cast shadow from the man and shadow of the skeleton are from different light source…obvious photoshop job. Try again, with attention to detail. Fake Fake Fake.

  2. Who are the Russian archaeologists and who the F is Andrei Asimov. Where is University of St. Petersburg? Why can’t I find the university or the guy? Why is that skeleton so close to the surface? Why are all these people saying its nephilim? Who wrote this article? Last of all… are you guys idiots?

  3. impossible skeleton.i think this is base on the bible

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