The number of Algerian resistant skulls kept at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris (MNHN), according to a recent census, amounts to 536 from all regions of Algeria, indicated today in Paris the Algerian researcher in History and anthropology Ali Farid Belkadi.
"The last census, to 18 April 2018 amounted to 536 skulls. They come from all Algeria’s regions, Khenchela, Oran Batna, Skikda, El-Kala, Algiers. Among these 536 skulls and bones are those of prehistoric men, very few. All have nothing to do in France, "affirmed in an interview to the Algerian press services the researcher who discovered, as part of a work research in March 2011, the skulls of Algerians who had fought the French army in 1849 in Zaatcha (Biskra).