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"Read more about Underwater 'lost city' in Greece found to be natural formation on Business Standard. What archaeologists earlier thought to be ancient underwater remains of a long lost Greek city were in fact created by a naturally occurring phenomenon, suggests new research.", www.business-standard.com
"A Greek dive site once thought to be the ruins of a long-lost ancient city turned out something slightly less exciting. Instead of being an Atlantis, the “lost city” was created by a natural phenomenon in the Pliocene age around 5 million years ago.", www.rt.com
"A few years ago, divers discovered an apparent underwater “lost city” off the coast of Zakynthos in Greece. New research reveals that the site, which was thought to be the ruins of a long-forgotten civilization that perished when tsunamis hit the shore, is in actuality a geological formation—and a bizarre one at that.", gizmodo.com
"New research reveals how an underwater 'lost city' has been found to be a geological formation.The ancient underwater remains of what was thought to be a long lost Greek city, found close to the holiday island Zakynthos, were in fact created by a naturally occurring phenomenon up to five million years ago.", www.sciencedaily.com
"(AP) — Researchers who band baby eagles in Michigan are hoping blood samples analyzed for signs of cancer-causing DDT and PCBs, as well as lead, mercury and common pesticides will eventually also help monitor for the toxin microcystin. Researchers are trying to develop a way to track the toxin, which would be a new direction for wildlife science, Dave Best, a retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife biologist, told the Toledo (Ohio) Blade (http://bit.ly/1TBFdzC ) during a banding event on an 800-acre wildlife refuge Friday.", www.chron.com
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