Results from the re-analysis of skeletal remains at Waigani reveal that fossil hominids of the early Poliocene suggest that the bodies of some politicians contained biologically identical cranial fragments and portions of appendicular skeletons. Whether or not they contained nervous tissues is a matter of speculation. The upper layers of the Waigani site contained some individuals morphologically related to Homo florensis. Two lower molars which were found in the flower beds suggest that there was some form of conflict among the basically archaic regional elements. Some of the specimens were too small for positive democratic diagnosis but the development of the supra-orbital region, the low forehead and the great post-orbital narrowing of some of the boneheads would suggest affinities with the south Waigani Swamp alcoholic phenotype. This is supported by the analysis of blood type C(orruption) and rarely A(bnormis sapiens). There is also evidence of random genetic drift especially at Waigani where the parliament is a long way from Poly-wives. A ritual object has also been also unearthed the Kina.