She is the editor of the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and the author of several books.
The find is controversial, as there has been a consensus among paleontologists and anthropologists that humans made the journey to North America roughly 15,000 years ago.
"So you kind of expect to see some of that trace of a human presence.
I'm not saying they're absolutely wrong and it cannot be a human site, but I'd say the jury's still out.
There's still some information missing."Burke said that she'd specifically like to see a closer examination of the surface damage of the bones.
She's particularly puzzled by the lack of cut marks, but says theycould be obscured by the surface damage.
It's very rare that you get that whole package together in one site," Fullagar said.