A Possible Stonehenge Discovered Under Lake Michigan

A Possible Stonehenge Discovered Under Lake Michigan

A Possible Stonehenge Discovered Under Lake Michigan While scanning underneath the waters of Lake Michigan for shipwrecks, archaeologists found something a lot more interesting than they bargained for, as they discovered a boulder with a prehistoric carving of a mastodon, as well as a series of stones arranged in a Stonehenge-like manner.  At a depth of about 40 feet into Lake Michigan’s Grand […]

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Evidence Americas Oldest Mine in Wyoming was used by Paleoindians 13,000 years ago

Evidence Americas Oldest Mine in Wyoming was used by Paleoindians 13,000 years ago

Evidence Americas Oldest Mine in Wyoming was used by Paleoindians 13,000 years ago Archaeological excavations led by Wyoming’s state archaeologist and involving University of Wyoming researchers have confirmed that an ancient mine in eastern Wyoming was used by humans to produce red ocher starting nearly 13,000 years ago. That makes the Powars II site at Sunrise in Platte County the […]

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Fossil of dinosaur killed in asteroid strike found, scientists claim

Fossil of dinosaur killed in asteroid strike found, scientists claim

Fossil of dinosaur killed in asteroid strike found, scientists claim Scientists are in near disbelief after a recent discovery. The preserved leg of a dinosaur believed to have been killed the same day a giant asteroid collided with earth has been dug out of the ground of the Tanis fossil site in North Dakota. The limb is complete with the dinosaur’s original […]

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7,000-Year-Old Native American ‘Bog Burial’ Found Off the Coast of Florida

7,000-Year-Old Native American ‘Bog Burial’ Found Off the Coast of Florida

7,000-Year-Old Native American ‘Bog Burial’ Found Off the Coast of Florida The 167 bodies discovered in a pond in Windover, Florida started to stir up excitement in the archaeological world only after the bones were declared very old, and not the product of mass murder. Researchers from Florida State University came to the site, believing that in the swampland some […]

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9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan

9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan

9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan Archaeologists found something much more fascinating than they got credit for when searching under the waters of Lake Michigan for shipwrecks: they uncovered a rock with a prehistoric carving of a mastodon, as well as a collection of stones arranged in a Stonehenge-like manner. Gazing into the water In modern archaeology, the use […]

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Hurricane Michael unearths nearly 120-year-old ship wreckage on Florida island

Hurricane Michael unearths nearly 120-year-old ship wreckage on Florida island

Hurricane Michael Unearthed Historical Treasures on Florida’s Forgotten Coast It seems as if Hurricane Michael left an apology gift behind for the Forgotten Coast of Florida. Michael’s storm surge dredged a handful of ships from the 19th century that cleared Dog Island during the Carrabelle Hurricane of 1899. These old wooden ships are now clearly viewed near the west end […]

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Venomous ‘blue dragon’ sea slugs start washing up on Texas beaches

Venomous 'blue dragon' sea slugs start washing up on Texas beaches

Venomous ‘blue dragon’ sea slugs start washing up on Texas beaches On the coast of Texas, tiny blue creatures washing ashore. Such rare eye-catching sea creatures are the Atlantic glaucus, known as blue dragon sea slugs. Although some of these blue dragons were previously found around the beaches of Texas, they are very rare. The abundant number of blue dragon sea slugs […]

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300-Year-Old Spanish Shipwreck Holds Million Dollar Treasure

300-Year-Old Spanish Shipwreck Holds Million Dollar Treasure

300-Year-Old Spanish Shipwreck Holds Million Dollar Treasure A salvaged crew came to the jackpot on the east coast of Florida on Saturday, discovering 48 gold coins worth $250,000. The Florida State contractor, Captain Greg Bounds and his crew work for 1715 for the Queens Fleet Jewels, which hold the rights of salvation for the fleet of 11 Spanish ships that sunk off the […]

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