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Artificial islands in Scottish lochs created 5,500 years ago
6/19/2019

Some Scottish loch islands, known as crannogs, were created about 5,500 years ago by early humans, according to findings published in Antiquity. "These crannogs represent a monumental effort made thousands of years ago to build mini-islands by piling up ... rocks on the loch bed," says study author Fraser Sturt.

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