January 15th, 2014

At the bottom of the lake found the settlement Krivoy Rog!

At the bottom of Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes, located in the U.S. and Canada, found traces of ancient settlements.

Discovery made professor at Michigan State University John O'Shea with the team. Traces of prehistoric human settlements are found at a depth of about 35 meters on a stone ridge width of about 16 kilometers and a length of about 160 kilometers, which is a few thousand years ago there was a natural bridge between the shores of the lake.

"This finding is very important because the bottom of lakes hiding prehistoric landscape, virtually untouched by modern civilization and agriculture," – said the scientist.

Find refers to a period of about nine-thousand-year-old, when these lands lived paleoindeyskie nomadic tribes and people early Archaic period settlement of the Americas.

Scientists were able to see underwater parking places, stone piles and beams, on which the ancient hunters drove the animals into an ambush.