Thanks to global warming, A melting patch of ancient snow in the mountains of Norway has revealed a bow and arrows likely used by hunters to kill, as long ago as 5,400 years.
So old they are, and now resurfacing. It gives jitters of “something” which is anew and it tells us that something is changing.
- Melting snow reveals millennia-old bow and arrows in Norway (nbcnews.com)
- Iron age horse found as Norway glacier melts (thelocal.no)
- Hot Find in Norway: 1.6K-Year-Old Sweater (newser.com)
- Climate report says global warming ‘extremely likely’ man-made (globalnews.ca)