An investigation made by the Russian Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography pointed out that Man established in Siberia almost a million years ago. The evidence that supports this claim comes after a study carried out in the archaeological settlement of Karama, in the Russian region of Altai.
Mikhail Shunkov, director the of Archaeologist Institute said, “now we can confirm with certainty that the most ancient layers of this primitive people have an approximate age of one million years, or at the very least 800,000 years.”
Russian investigators believe that the Homo Erectus arrived to Siberia from Africa through the so called northern migratory route, which was used by local primitive communities over two million years ago. Palaeontologist studies informed that in the weather was more kind than the present one. AV