If you go to a place where humans have lived for hundreds of thousands of years and bone happens to be well preserved, you will find bits and pieces of people on a regular basis. If you go to a Polynesian island and look for bones you are more likely to find a turtle or fish bone than a human bone. Thus, when I see ….
… an array of artefacts from the 1930s and bones found on the uninhabited Pacific atoll of Nikumaroro suggest that Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, endured lingering deaths as castaways on a desert island and were eventually eaten by crabs.
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Researchers from The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery have found what appears to be a phalanx from a finger and two other bones, alongside a host of other clues after two decades attempting to solve the mystery.
The suspected finger is being tested for human DNA. It may turn out to be from a turtle, which have similar bones in their flippers.
… I think “hmm… I dunno about this…”
The story is here. This will be interesting no matter what.