Ireland: Archaeologists Discover Remains of New Humanoid Species

Drogheda | A team of archaeologists affiliated with the University College Dublin, have unearthed three skeletons from a previously unknown humanoid species of extremely small size in a wooded area of Eastern Ireland.

The specimens measuring between 47 and 61 centimeters are presumably from an entirely new species of humanoid, distinct from modern humans, which would have survived until the 12th or 13th century AD.

The bones which were presumably partially unearthed by a recent rainfall, and were found by three local children who were playing in the area.

The young boys immediately contacted the police, believing they had found the remains of murdered children. The medical examiner called on the site, rapidly understood that this was not a modern crime scene, but seemed instead to be an unusual archeological site.

He contacted the University College Dublin to ask for help, and the institution sent Professor Edward James McInnes to analyze the discovery.

The bodies of two females and one male were discovered with a small number of artifacts in what appeared to have been a small settlement, near the banks of the river Boyne.

The team of archaeologists led by Professor McInnes has named the species Homo minusculus, which means either ‘Tiny Man’ or ‘Is small in comparison’.

This tiny axe blade was found near the body of the male individual. It is presumed to have been both a weapon and a tool.

This tiny axe blade was found near the body of the male individual. It is presumed to have been used as both a weapon and a tool.

Various small stone Tools and weapons were found near the bodies, including an axe, two knives, a spear point and even two miniature sewing needles.

These items suggest that the Homo Minisculus had only reached a technological level comparable to human hunters-gatherers from the Paleolithic period, as no pottery or metal items have been found on the site.

Many bones from various small animals including squirrels, hares, moles, and hedgehogs were found near the settlement, many of which bore traces of cooking.

The various dating analyses realized on the bones and artifacts have shown that they dated from somewhere between 1145 and 1230 AD, which means that the species would have coexisted with modern humans for more than 45000 years.

This amazing discovery suggests that many tales and stories from the Middle Ages which were considered as fantastic by historians could indeed be based on real facts.

Homo minusculus could have inspired stories of leprechauns, elves, and brownies that are common in European folklore.

Professor McInnes and his team believe that Homo Minusculus could have feared humans, and would have had very little or no interaction with the surrounding communities.

Professor McInnes and his team believe that Homo minusculus could have disappeared due to the destruction of its habitat by surrounding human communities.

It remains unclear at the moment if Homo Minusculus evolved from Homo erectus, from Homo sapiens idaltu or even from Homo sapiens sapiens, but its morphological similarities with modern humans suggest that it evolved as a separate subspecies towards the end of the human lineage.

The explanation for its small size also remains a mystery, but Professor McInnes believes it could be linked to the scarcity of resources during the most recent glacial period which extended the last years of the Pleistocene, from approximately 110,000 to 12,000 years ago.

After the discovery of the Homo Floresiensis (that would have stood about 1.1 m in height) in 2003, on the island of Flores in Indonesia, a human subspecies which is believed to have gone extinct about 30000 years ago, this new find proves that many other hominin subspecies did indeed coexist with modern humans for thousands of years.

8 Comments on "Ireland: Archaeologists Discover Remains of New Humanoid Species"

  1. You idiots. Does JRR Tolken ring a bell. These are freaking Hobits. They’ve found Samwise Gamgee…

    • Thank you, Ronnie. I was wondering when someone was going to recognize a hobbit here! And BTW … I read the bible through as well … no mention of little people NOT existing, tho there is reference to giants.

  2. good collections ,,,thanks for sharing amzning stuffs

  3. Is this the Catholic Church involved in another cover up of childrens remains being found everywhere. Oh lets invent a “New” species, tell em “yep little fairy like people used to live here ” haha Just a thought to ponder 🙂

  4. makes me wonder will we ever find out more about these new species. There has been nothing found on Homo Floresiensis since Ling Bua 1 was discovered in flores so we may never know more. Amazing find but its a pity we may not find more of this species.

  5. These were the Leprechauns from folklore that came back to haunt your science and education. Alongside, you have found the little axe heads. If you dig with these axe heads, you should find the Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow. It may take another 45,000 years to find. Sorry, but I couldn’t resist.

    • sweetheart they do not need to dig gold that way, they re so small and act in big groups like ants they can pass everywhere and climb easy everywhere. And that kind of an exe maybe was not for gold.. nor all of tham could be gold hunters

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