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Italian paleontologists have reported the discovery of enigmatic fossils in Pleistocene shallow-marine clay deposits in central Italy.
Dr Paola Sassi from the University of Perugia’s Department of Chemistry with colleagues found more than 25 large structures over an area of 1,200 square meters at the Allerona site in western Umbria.
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