A new study reveals that around 14,500 to 10,500 years ago, during the transition from the last glacial period, people harvesting vegetation from the wetlands of eastern Jordan created a habitat for migrating birds.
Artifacts dating back 10,000-12,000 years have been discovered by archaeologists at the site of the massive North and East Melton Road project in Leicestershire, England.
A new species of shark has been discovered in Alabama that survived the mass extinction, became one of the ocean’s top predators at that time. (Palaeohypotodus bizzocoi)
Archaeologists have discovered the first definitive evidence of the presence of a hallucinogenic and poisonous plant (Black henbane) in a Roman settlement on the borders of the present day Netherlands. It is thought to have been used in the Roman world.