Bone of prehistoric animal discovered in Lake Sevan





Divers of “AYAS” Nautical Research Club have discovered a bone of a prehistoric animal in the bottom of Lake Sevan, at the depth of 5 meters.

Results of anthropological research reveal that the stone is a part of the backbone of an aurochs that lived before the ice age.

Hundreds of artifacts found in the coastal zones of Lake Sevan are kept in the Institutes of Biology and Zoology of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences, but the latest finding is the first to be recovered from the bottom of Lake Sevan.

Photos by Anna Martikyan

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