Scientists Reconstruct Neanderthal That Looks Pretty Much Like Chuck Norris
Let’s face it: Chuck Norris is invincible. It’s a likely fact that Chuck Norris is immortal and brought about the demise of the T-Rex.
Chuck Norris may have also propelled evolution, moving homo sapiens from their Neanderthal state to our present glorious selves. This is evidenced by the reconstruction of the Neanderthal man.
A team of UK anthropologists worked hard to recreate our ancient predecessors, and one cannot help but see the resemblance.
The model was recreated from a 70,000-year-old skeleton which was discovered in France. The 1909 excavation uncovered a group of Neanderthals and the lone male was named La Ferrassie 1. His skull was the largest and most complete specimen to be found.
The team of scientists worked tirelessly for two months to recreate La Ferrassie 1 from model skin and bones. Their meticulous efforts are showcased in the first episode of BBC’s Prehistoric Autopsy.
La Ferrassie’s resemblance to Chuck Norris is uncanny. Do we need further evidence that Chuck Norris cannot die. No, no, we don’t.