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Fossils in central Turkey are millions of years old

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Fossils found in the central province of Nevsehir could shine a light on Anatolia's 7.5 million-year history, says expert.

Axar.az reports citing AA that fossils unearthed in central Turkey were found to be approximately 7.5 million years old.

"We think we will obtain important findings on Anatolia's 7.5 million-year history as a result of our research," Prof. Cesur Pehlevan of Nevsehir Hacibektas Veli University told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday about the specimens discovered at a construction site in Nevsehir province.

Excavations started in 2017 and would come to an end in several days, said Pehlevan.

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2019.08.06 / 17:24
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