Drought Reveals Ancient Carvings in River in Amazon in Brazil

October 31, 2023

A drought in Brazil is making ancient carvings visible. Archaeologists say these carvings are usually under water, but with the Amazon’s Negro River at lower than usual levels they are once again able to see and study the markings. It’s the first time people have been able to see the carvings since the last bad drought in 2010. Also known as ‘rupestrian records,’ they’re of great interest to researchers. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.

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