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The Underwater Doggerland Discovery

In a rather unforeseen event, two European divers belonging to a British organization came upon something shockingly unusual. The organization that they work with is known for seeking to preserve underwater worlds. It was during this expedition that they came upon something, in the vicinity they found a prehistoric underwater forest which did belong to the so-called “Doggerland” in the North Sea. This massive chunk of land which has to be about 10,000 years old has been a reported area by the BBC.

The forest is located in the North Sea. That is just a 300 meter distance from the coast of Norfolk. In turn, according to archaeologists, this huge area was once inhabited by a myriad of Mesolithic tribes, a thriving culture that was favored because it was one of the richest in Europe in terms of hunting and fishing at the time. On the other hand, this was the area of the forest that also had several sources of fresh water springs and swamps and its inhabitants could pass from Great Britain to Germany. This find was exclusively outstanding, as it did confirm some previous speculations made by many researchers on the subject.

Archaeologists who also discovered the study, they felt that the Doggerland forest had become submerged when the ice masses had melted. They believed this because of the heat and the sea levels, which they say rose by 120 meters. Presently the Felled trees are now forming in the seabed, as a natural reef with colorful fish and plants.