The experts believe that the skeleton belongs to Neolithic-Chalcolithic age and is of a woman aged 30-35 years.  

The team of experts undertaking the study is led by Veena Mushrif Tripathy of Deccan College in Pune and Professor K Basa of anthropology department of Utkal University.

According to reports, the bones did not show any signs of infection and or injury. However, the study of its teeth displayed low oral hygiene as the experts found several cavities in the crown of many teeth. It was also evident that besides chewing food, the woman might have used her teeth for other activities such as making crafts.

This female skeleton was reportedly found at the same layer where a male skeleton of 5.11 feet was found earlier last year.


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