Scientists solve mystery of Stonehenge

Scientists have found more about who built Stonehenge 5,000 years ago. This has been a mystery for thousands of years. Scientists say Stonehenge's builders lived 160 kilometres away in the mountains in Wales. The oldest human remains they found date back over 5,000 years.

Stonehenge is a ring of giant stones in southwest England. Each stone is four metres high and weighs 25 tons. Scientists are not sure how people moved the giant stones to Stonehenge. They think the people buried at Stonehenge were from people who helped transport the stones.