Ancient hunting tools uncovered in melting snow patch

10/1/2013 | LiveScience.com

An ancient bow and several arrows have been found in Norway in a patch of ancient melting snow, which could be due to climate change. "It's actually a little bit unnerving that they're so old and that they're coming out right now. It tells us that there's something changing," said archaeologist and study author Martin Callanan of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The bow is about 3,800 years old while among the arrows, the oldest is 5,400 years old, research suggests.

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