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Artefacts recovered at ancient Thule site in Nunavut

Whale and seal bones, a possible arrowhead and a blue seed bead, used as jewellery, were among some of the Artefacts Recovered from an Ancient Thule site in August in one of Canada's most northern national parks. Parks Canada Staff spent two weeks in August recovering artefacts from a sod house at a site in Sirmilik National Park  before it erodes into the ocean [Credit: David Rodger/Parks Canada]In August, Parks Canada staff...

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