Clues to Britain’s own ancient Atlantis | Natural History Museum

A treasure trove of animal fossils found on a Norfolk beach by an amateur fossil collector could point scientists to the oldest undersea archaeological site in the world.

Museum archaeologist Simon Parfitt discusses the finds with their discoverer Neil Bowman and explains how they reveal the presence of early humans around half a million years ago.

A team of Museum experts are planning an underwater expedition to explore the submerged landscape and find the source of the fossils.

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