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D. [....]" - Woolly rhino / Tibet - "[....] The recently uncovered Tibetan woolly rhino, named Coelodonta thibetana, lived in the middle Pliocene around 3.7 million years ago, before the Ice Age, or Pleistocene, began about 2.8 million years ago. D., 05/21/15] - "A 3.3-million-year-old skeleton of a young child curled into a ball no bigger than a cantaloupe - described as 'a bright beam of light' on human evolution - was unveiled Wednesday [09/20/06 - even though it was discovered in 2000, six years ago! [NP = new paragraph] The bones may be the best fossil yet found of the primitive human ancestor Australopithecus afarensis.
Pandit has based his movie on dates and timelines coming out of scientific based research by credible evidence based on Archeology, Astronomy and Linguistics, apart from Oral evidence from Indian tradition. (3) (2) PLUS Saturn at Rohini occurs ONCE in 7000 years.There are indeed conflicts between interpretations/inferences of some (based on Archeological evidence) with that of astronomy inferences for the timing of Kurukshetra, but then this is not due to evidence from either fields..but rather due to logical/inferential errors committed by these researchers.[....] The discovery was published in Science, a scientific journal, on Friday [09/02/11]. That is the same species as the superstar fossil dubbed Lucy, an adult female discovered nearby in 1974.[....]" [Based on: Article (Scientists unearth evidence that Ice Age giants originated in Tibet) cn 2011-09-04 - Editor: Wang Guanqun] NASA's Curiosity rover has  uncovered signs of an ancient freshwater lake on Mars, which scientists say could have been a perfect spot for tiny primitive organisms to flourish if they ever existed on the red planet. P.] The watering hole near the Martian equator existed about 3.5 billion years ago around the time when life evolved on Earth. [NP] The skeleton, described in the British scientific journal Nature and National Geographic magazine, represents the first juvenile remains of these ancient humanlike creatures, making the fossil the oldest child by far ever found. From the waste down, the skeleton looks like a human's. Her brain was small, her nose flat like a chimpanzee's and her face long and projecting.