Enormous Underwater Fossil Graveyard Found

Caves  Mitoho_Grotto John Mather Wikipedaa CC By SA 4.0
Featured Image: Mitoho Grotto lies within the Tsimanampetsotse National Park. It lies at the end of the nature train from one of the two camp-sites. This is a sacred site where according to local belief the Antambahoka, an invisible people, live. Credit: John Mather Source: Wikipedia (CC BY-SA 4.0). 

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Published on Jan 8, 2015

National Science Foundation-funded anthropologists and paleontologists uncovered what could be the largest single collection of lemur remains ever found. What’s more, they found it in a most unusual place–hidden in a series of underwater caves in a remote desert region of Madagascar. . .

Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI Archive “Caves  “Hollow Earth/ Subterranean Worlds”

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