A fossilized elephant tusk at least 100,000 years old has been discovered on the seafloor off the Sicilian coast, according to a survey of underwater archaeologists.
Discovered during a series of archaeological dives in the waters off Torretta Granitola, a village on the island’s southwestern coast, the tusk is more than 3 feet long.
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