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Artificial Islands In Scotland Are From Neolithic Era, Have Scientists Puzzled Over Purpose

Artificial islands in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides appears to be older than Stonehenge, and have scientists puzzled over their purpose.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/2019/06/neolithic-island-older-than-stonehenge-crannog-scotland/

(Photo courtesy of C. Murray)

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