These huts may be the oldest human dwellings
In 1965, a farmer from Mezyrich, Ukraine, stumbled across a giant bone. Further excavations at the site revealed it was the lower jawbone of a woolly mammoth. Several prehistoric huts made out of the massive animal’s bones were also found. They date back to between 23,000 BCE and 12,000 BCE.
These huts might be the earliest example of a human dwelling ever recorded. The bones were found arranged in a circular pattern, and archeologists believe they may have been covered by animal skins. Little is known about prehistoric peoples, but apparently, they were pretty strong.