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Artificial islands in Scottish lochs created 5,500 years ago

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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