This is the second prehistoric skeleton and cave discovered in the vicinity since 2010.
Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Said said studies were being conducted on the latest discovery, adding that the new cave would be equipped with moving ladder using solar energy, and costing between RM16 to RM18 million to facilitate visitors.
He was speaking to reporters after opening an exhibition, ''Islamic Treasures from China'' at the state museum here today.
The exhibition covers more than 100 Chinese artefacts with Islamic motifs, including a 500-year-old Golden Al-Quran valued at RM70 million, from the Ming Dynasty.
Source: Yahoo news