Nazi war ships, Buddhist statues, human remains ... what else will worldwide droughts reveal?
A hot summer and drought in Spain revealed a man-made rock formation known as "Spanish Stonehenge," or Dolmen of Guadalperal.
The ships, spotted near Prahovo, Serbia, still had explosives and weapons on board.
3,000 years ago in the Jotunheimen mountains of Norway, someone lost a massive shoe. Measuring at 28 cm, it would be a size 36 or 37 by today’s standards.
Two people who died in the Swiss Alps were recently found, and human remains were found in a barrel in Lake Mead.