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Share this:MessageToEagle.com – Windover Pond is one of the most significant archaeological finds ever made in North America. It is a remarkable underwater cemetery created by ancient people about 8,000 years ago. Windover Pond was discovered strictly by chance in 1982. Scientists remain excited about what they found at the site because they can continue to study …

Share this:MessageToEagle.com – Windover Pond is one of the most significant archaeological finds ever made in North America. It is a remarkable underwater cemetery created by ancient people about 8,000 years ago. Windover Pond was discovered strictly by chance in 1982. Scientists remain excited about what they found at the site because they can continue to study …

This is an original press photo. Queen Margrethe of Denmark has ordered that the third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots should receive a proper burial, nearly 400 years after his death. This photo shows the mummified body of James, Earl of Bothwell, who was forced into exile and died at Dragsholm Castle in 1578.

This is an original press photo. Queen Margrethe of Denmark has ordered that the third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots should receive a proper burial, nearly 400 years after his death. This photo shows the mummified body of James, Earl of Bothwell, who was forced into exile and died at Dragsholm Castle in 1578.

Fig. Life stages of Tylototriton podichthys at the study site. A , Eggs under grass in June; B , eggs on leaf litter in July, C , lar...

Australopithecus afarensis (the species of the well-known "Lucy" skeleton) was an upright walking species, but the question of whether it also spent much of its time in trees has been the subject of much debate, partly because a complete set of A. afarensis shoulder blades has never before been available for study.

Lucy and Selam's species climbed trees: Australopithecus afarensis shoulder blades show partially arboreal lifestyle

Australopithecus afarensis (the species of the well-known "Lucy" skeleton) was an upright walking species, but the question of whether it also spent much of its time in trees has been the subject of much debate, partly because a complete set of A. afarensis shoulder blades has never before been available for study.

Bodies Of Strange Creatures Were Found In The Basement Of An Old House In London

Bodies Of Strange Creatures Were Found In The Basement Of An Old House In London

In 1960 in London at the time of clearing the site for construction of a new residential neighborhood, the old long-abandoned mansion belonged to Thomas

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13,800 year old mastadon bone with a spear point lodged in it proves that the Americas were populated before the time of the Clovis hunters.

Old American theory is 'speared'

13,800 year old mastadon bone with a spear point lodged in it proves that the Americas were populated before the time of the Clovis hunters.

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