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Homer

'Cyclops'-like remains found on Crete

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Researchers on the southern Greek island of Crete have unearthed the fossilized tusk, teeth and bones of a Deinotherium Gigantisimum, a fearsome elephant-like creature that might have given rise to ancient legends of one-eyed cyclops monsters.

The 7 million-year-old remains suggest the mammal moved around larger areas of Europe than previously believed, possibly swimming long distances in search of food.

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Nice find, thanks Homer! smile.gif

'vegetarian animals could swim a lot'

we still can! biggrin.gif

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as people say, there are truths behind myths and legends! biggrin.gif

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