A leaf falls from an elm tree 6000 years ago was found intact by archaeologists in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.
Scientists have found a leaf–with a selection of Stone Age tools and pottery–when they clear a piece of land outside of Blackpool along the coast of Northern England.
Lead the archaeologists Fraser Brown told The Daily Mail, considered to be of national significance.
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“We’ve found extensive deposits of peat and marine clay, which help protect the ancient plant to maintain and produce information on the local vegetation, water, climate and human activity,”he explained, a British publication.
“We also found pottery, stone tools and the charred remains provide direct evidence for Stone Age hunter-gatherer foraging, and possibly camping, at the water’s edge and later on, the Neolithic and Bronze Age farmers living on the edge of a Salt Marsh,”Brown added.
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Transportation projects, found in the live coverage also includes wood, leaves, hazelnuts and ancient pollen.
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