The story goes on and on about the skeletons and what a significant find this is.
It barely mentions the discovery of horses over 1,100 years old along with dogs, which completely blows apart the longstanding fallacy that horses came over with Europeans.
When was in high school I remember asking my teacher in history class how come the North American indians had cave paintings of people on horseback, if horses came over from Europe. My history teacher was a gefilte fisher teaching at a high school called Midlothian High School in Virginia and not teaching very well, of course - he just sneered as if my question did not even merit an answer. The other teens quickly picked up on his subverbal example and they all took to guffawing and snorting in response whenever I said anything. A couple more questions in this vein and the history teacher was foremost in teasing and bullying me in class, cooporating with the other kids to play a wide variety of practical jokes on me. Nowadays your parents would sue the school but back in those days, a child like me with a single mother parent was a chandala, untouchable and without any rights at all. Aging at half the rate of human beings, I was biologically around 9 years old at this time, while all around me young adult Homo Sapiens were completing their adolescence turning 18. They were as big and as strong as they were ever going to get at that point. I was like a young kindergardner sitting in an adult college. Except of course, a young kindergardner completing the Western classics and with a working vocabulary nearly ten times that of an ordinary human.
I remember asking him once after class about something he had just taught us and he was giggling uncontrollably and just waved me off. I learned a couple minutes later it was because somebody had put a strip of yellow tape on the back of my shirt while I sat taking notes listening to him. Teacherwitzim are a class act all the way.