Tsunami in Doggerland

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Tsunami in Doggerland

Beitragvon ulfr » 21.07.2020 10:49

"Archaeologists are revealing the full story of prehistoric Britain’s greatest natural disaster – a huge tsunami which may have drowned up to a quarter of the population.
It is estimated that multiple giant waves inundated some 2,700 square miles of land – from Scotland in the north to Norfolk in the south.
New underwater research carried out by the universities of Bradford, Warwick, St Andrews and Wales has for the first time discovered that the tsunami devastated parts of East Anglia and adjacent land which is now submerged beneath the southern part of the North Sea."

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/scie ... 22591.html
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