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How the archaeology of Orkney and Easter Island both face climate change threat; Kieran Biettie; Press & Journal

What do the giant statues of Easter Island and the Neolithic settlement of Skara Brae in Orkney have in common? Apart from both being UNESCO World Heritage Sites, these coastal areas of vast archaeological importance are both directly threatened by climate change.

Source: How the archaeology of Orkney and Easter Island both face climate change threat

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