Scientists Find a ‘Lost World’ that Turns Out to be in Indonesia, Here’s the Location!
Indonesia is one of the largest countries in the world, with more than 16 thousand islands. Because of this, there is a lot of wealth that can be found in Indonesia, and it is not impossible that this wealth is still buried neatly.
Among them, there is one area in Indonesia which is called the lost world. Do you know about this yet, Beauties?
That region is Sumba, which also makes scientists curious.
There Are Many Animal Fossils Found on Sumba
Komodo/ Photo: Kemenparekraf
Thousands of years ago, the Sumba region turned out to be home to various animals which have now become extinct. These animals are miniature elephants, rats and giant lizards, as well as Komodo dragon species.
This was also disclosed in a journal report entitled ‘Proceedings of the Royal Society B’. Which, the report refers to the discovery of these animal fossils.
Then, the discovery of a Komodo dragon fossil that now only lives on Komodo Island, Flores.
Because of the large number of these discoveries, it then provoked the assumption that animals that are now considered rare actually came from Sumba.
In the report, it is said that various extinct species lived on Sumba about 12,000 years ago. The research team came from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), and conducted research from 2011 to 2014.
For more details about the research in Sumba, read in full here.
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