'Scotland's dodo' bone found at Scottish Seabird Centre dig

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'Scotland's dodo' bone found at Scottish Seabird Centre dig

Postby simonwheeler » Mon May 12, 2014 3:53 pm

A bone from an extinct bird known as "Scotland's dodo" has been uncovered following an archaeological dig in East Lothian.
The bone from the Great Auk, a species last seen in British waters on St Kilda in 1840, was recovered at the Kirk Ness site, now known as North Berwick.


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