Sunken ships, unexploded bombs, ancient stones and dinosaur toenails

All discovered now because of the drought which is affecting vast areas of our planet.

Hard to acknowledge these discoveries have been exposed to visibility because the earth’s waters are receding and sinking, but this is why.

The photos from the Danube, elsewhere in Europe and from the American Southwest are simultaneously awful and fascinating.

The Danube…and a stunning drought exposure of an intense group of ancient monoliths in Spain.

The Southwest, where a paleontologist said of the uncovered dino tracks:

“Those footprints — they’re spectacular because they’re deep,” he said. “You can see the toenails. There’s more than one kind, and there’s a lot of them.”


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