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Palaeontology

Cave dig unearths important finds

September 14, 2009 | Comment icon 1 comment



Image Credit: Rob Pongsajapan
A cave in Devon has offered archaeologists a treasure trove of ice age animal remains including hyenas, deer and woolly rhinos. The dig was originally intended to determine when and why Neanderthals became extinct.
Teeth and bones from late Ice Age animals, including hyenas, deer and woolly rhinos, have been discovered by archaeologists at a cave in Devon.


Source: BBC News | Comments (1)


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Comment icon #1 Posted by TRUEYOUTRUEME 13 years ago
Very cool! I also like the main page graphic!


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